13 March, 2018
Team GiftAbled conducting Inclusion Matters 2.0 at NASSCOM Diversity and
Inclusion Summit 2018
Thank you Capgemini for being the sponsor
28 February, 2018
GiftAbled is Honored and privileged to have received “Best Social Entrepreneur Award 2018” by Hand in Hand India from Honorable Minister of Tamil Development, Culture and Archeology, K.Pandi Rajan Sir – XLRI Alumnus, Founder of MAFOI
Volunteering with Giftabled is one of the best thing that has happened in my life !! Interacting with such energetic, commited and inspiring team helping every second to create an inclusive environment !! To shun the idea of disability nd prove that we all exist together irrespective of our difference !! Hats off ,, Am very Thankful for making me an active volunteer #giftabledforlife
Love the GiftAbled foundation for the work it’s doing! Beautiful cause and a much needed one for creating an inclusive community!!
Creating opportunities and inspiring people to be ABLE for the DISABLED is a innovative thought and the efforts put across this programme is incredible. All the best and sucess for all the upcoming programmes and events and the organisation to grow more with quantity and quality.
People here are transforming the world that we are in, lets celebrate the world with them
Highly recommend Basic Sign language course by GiftAbled, we have tried few crash courses at our company and employees just loved it.
Learnt to be empathetic towards PwD in ecosystem. The session which we had attended was a “Beautiful one”. In fact within a span of time we could learn many a things pertaining to the differently abled people – their challenges, sign languages (tips), script etc. Most importantly how to read them & analyze their mode of expression in different aspects.
Ever since I happened to randomly watch a group of students communicating in Sign language at a bus stop ( a couple of years back) – a strange chord had struck me! Inspite of being a people watcher – strangely enough – I was not able to comprehend a single action of theirs. Wouldn’t mind missing a bus or two, just to sit and watch them (yes! have done that :P!) and try to understand their communication – but all that I could grasp was – just their state of mind (by their body language). nothing else. A clear message out of this was – I need to learn sign language! A big Thanks to Prarthana, Gift-abled, and all those who were involved directly / indirectly in this initiative. Hats off! The session was truly a start of one of my dreams-coming-true 🙂
Wonderful session and a great inspiration to learn sign language.. Eagerly looking forward for the intense level course.. Thanks much PrarthanaKaul.. You always inspire us everytime.. 🙂
Thanks so much for taking us through such an informative and interactive session and making us realise how in small ways we could contribute much.
I was reminded again today of how amazing volunteering is! It is just not about making time to help others… it is so much more… It’s an experience in itself. One such moving experience happened to me today at Giftabled’s Braille and Sign Language workshop.
Took my first step towards learning a wonderful language – SIGN LANGUAGE AND BRAILLE .Learning “A-Z” was awesome thanks to Prarthana Unkalkar Kaul for great session 🙂
I am happy that I learnt sign language, even though I follows lip reading..looking forward to learn Sign language and Braille a bit more. Thank you again.