India's oldest journal on impairments & disabilities
The journal has visionary association with differently able persons, their caregivers, social workers and communities as well as with research scholars and professionals. Since quality of life of differently able persons is a socially relevant issue, it is important to understand what they feel about their own realities primarily to evolve participatory and innovative approach that could bring positive differences in the lives of these people.
An Appeal from
Minister of State for Social Justice & Empowerment,
Govt of India
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The Journal of Disabilities & Impairments
We enter a new age with broad community participation, involvement of the larger research community as well as our armed forces. Join us in our journey to spread greater awareness about impairments & disabilities to make our country and this world a better place. This endeavor also needs to be coupled with the idea of atmanirbharata - self-reliance and self-sufficiency - in order to sustain it over the long run.