On the occasion of Women's Day, one hundred umbrellas were given to the disabled
Protection from the elements: Umbrellas can protect disabled individuals from the rain or sun, which can be especially important for those who have limited mobility and may not be able to quickly take cover. With an umbrella, disabled individuals may feel more confident and comfortable leaving their homes on days when the weather is less than ideal. This can improve their overall mobility and access to the community.By providing umbrellas to disabled individuals, they may feel more independent and less reliant on others for assistance with mobility and transportation.
Overall, providing umbrellas to disabled individuals on Women's Day is a simple but thoughtful gesture that can have a positive impact on their daily lives.
The day aims to promote the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities and to raise awareness about the challenges they face in their daily lives.
World Disability Day celebrated at Sethupathy school with 150 kids participated with lots of activities like painting, fancy dress, song and dance. Chief Guest presented was Hon. Justice S.Srimathy Judge, Madras High Court, Distinguished Guests are Thiru.R.Ravichandran, DDAW officer Madurai, Thiru V.Ramakrishnan Advocate, President MAHH High Court Bench at Madurai, Thiru.K.Sami Durai Advocate, Secretary Indian Association at Lawyers and our Special Guest was Dr.A.Gobi Kannan, Para Olympic Player, Gold Medalist.