Our Mission

Inclusive World’s mission is to develop skills and abilities of differently abled individuals based on their interests and goals for the future. The goal is for these differently abled individuals to be able to lead a productive life of acceptance and inclusion.

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Our Vision

By helping differently abled individuals find avenues for continued professional development and social immersion, Inclusive World will be part of the grassroots movement towards a more tolerant and inclusive society for individuals of all abilities.

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Our Values

We value our differently abled participants by focusing on their abilities rather than their disabilities, thus paving the way towards their acceptance and inclusion. We honor and value the families of the differently abled individuals in their lifelong effort and advocacy for a productive live for their challenged family member.

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Giving Tuesday 2018

According to Disabled World Towards Tomorrow, currently around 10% of the world's population, or roughy 650 million people are differently abled. As the population ages, this figure is expected to increase. Inclusive World strives to help differently abled individuals lead a life of acceptance and inclusion. Please help us achieve our mission/vision by donating to our Facebook fundraiser. Any donation is greaty appreciated.Fundraiser Link: https://www.facebook.com/donate/1273633922779829/?fundraiser_source=external_url#GivingTuesday #smile #givingthanks #InclusiveWorld #promovideo #differentlyabled #spreadawarenes #holidayszn

Posted by Inclusive World on Sunday, November 18, 2018


Hear from one of these past participants below:

"Swapna Aunty really helped me understand and learn Python. Swapna aunty is a very good teacher - the best. I enjoyed meeting for classes" - Vaibhav, 2014 class.

Arts and Crafts participant Pallavi says...

"Diya painting helped me be productive and enabled me to express my creativity choosing colors of my choice and mixing patterns. I value the bonds with my peers which extends beyond our sessions."

Hear from a differently abled volunteer working for the Art of Living foundation:

"I helped mail event flyers and the required number of tickets in envelopes by matching names to a master list. This is a job that required minimal human interaction so even though I have communication challenges, I was productive in a group workspace.”

From the parents...

"My son loves attending painting sessions at Inclusive World. He really enjoys the painting with his peers and he does not want to miss any session :). It is really helping my son to boost his confident level personally and socially. We would love to have the events continue and are eager for the sessions after the summer holidays :). Thanks, Venkat"

"As a parent, I love that the Arts and Crafts program presents many opportunities that have enabled my daughter to express herself and boost her self-esteem." - Gowri

"Anu has enjoyed painting diyas at the Inclusive World program and has shown progressive improvement in her concentration skills during the painting sessions. She is able to complete 3 to 4 diyas in one session with help from the parent and teen volunteers who interact very well with her. We look forward to bringing Anu to the program when it resumes in the fall." - Sita and Murugan