In India, patriarchy, and not charity, begins at home.
“My family was conservative. They didn’t want ladies to study.”
“I feel like I’m blanking out and my brain grasps things at a slower rate.”
“Education is a wonderful journey, and it can and should be open to people with disabilities.”
“It is truly important to have representation because it can shift the very core of our identity.”
Medication often comes with side effects but patients claim that the changes it could cause in their mental health is not being sufficiently discussed by doctors.
For Caroline Smith, an alternative communication device has given her freedom but it comes with its set of trade-offs.
Research states that mental illnesses often go undiagnosed in men because they fail to recognize the symptoms or downplay the signs.
Individuals with Down syndrome can go to school, fall in love and live a normal life.