Providing access to disability services throughout India is an ethical imperative that the Government and Community leaders need to spend more time thinking about and being more proactive in fixing the most essential services as soon as possible.
Currently their are too few systems set in place for individuals with disabilities throughout all the major cities and towns. The outcome of this unfortunate situation is that by not giving more services that help disabled people, the country as a whole will further push these people into a more vulnerable situation, one in which they are unable most likely to every get out off.
Some of the major concerns that exist relate to wheelchair access into all new building constructed. If a student cannot access the school or university classroom most of the time this will cause the students to be rejected from education institutes. Another primary concern is to do with assisting people with learning disabilities.
If we can all join hands, increase government funding and work together as a team not only will these deserving members of our society end up with a better quality of life. They will also be more empowered and have more facility as individuals to go out into mother India and be productive workers that can also then give back to the community. Empowerment, facilitation and education make good people sense and good business sense.