Entries by Neha Arora

Planet Abled Inclusive Online Experiences

Humans are born explorers. From the time we are born, every day we learn and explore new things about our world. At a time when we are all bound at our home, many people are still looking forward to exploring new cultures and traditions virtually. Therefore, in the last month, Planet Abled organized inclusive online […]

Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2020

Did you know that over one billion people or 15% of the world population experience some form of disability or impairment? [Data source – WHO] Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Accessibility may mean something different for each one of us. The ideal world would be one where everything is accessible equally to all. Global […]

World Health Day 2020

Did you know it is World Health Day today? And that the Planet is facing the WORST health crisis in the last 100 years? Well yes. And going by the technology and scientific developments we have this crisis is one of the worst the human race has EVER faced. We’d like to share with you […]

7 ways to travel when you can’t… and some!

With the Covid-19 causing lockdowns across countries, most of us have had to shelve any travel plans we’ve had. Everyone is scampering to cancel their bookings and brace oneself to the possibility of social distancing and staying in the confines of their homes for the next few weeks. Many countries have issues travel bans and […]

Already making plans to return to India…

I first travelled to India in January 2012, a friend who I have known for many years and lived locally was a native of Tamil Nadu. She ran a charity called “Curry Aid” which supports orphaned children in a home near Kodaikanal. It was a roller coaster of a trip full of excitement and emotion […]

My homecoming to India

About a year ago I decided to take a leap of faith and journey ‘home’ to India. Being a wheelchair user, this thought had always terrified me. But being in my mid-20s, born and raised in Aotearoa and having my only image of the homeland from pictures and stories, I figured if not now, then […]

Road Trip with Windmills and Arks

This post is the second in the series of travel with disability blog by Peter Gibson. He prefers to take his wife and son for road trips. Starts and Unexpected Stops We set off on the road from Vadodara at 4:30 and within a very short time we were in a traffic jam on NE […]