If Buildings or Ramps could Speak
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Muhammad Abdurrehman Azeem Oct. 8, 2020
It's sad to see that designs that are in place to provide accessibility can prove to be unusable and dangerous to individuals who most need them.
Ayesha Khan Oct. 8, 2020
being a person of Determination I can feel each word of yours, me myself facing the problem of accessibility, we as an INCLUSIVE team can play our part to make our cities accessible, so that each building, ramp, houses welcome us. Proud to be part of the INCLUSIVE team.
Amir Shahzad Oct. 3, 2020
Such a nice way of opening the eyes of people like us who usually don't consider people with special abilities while designing our homes, workplaces etc. Thanks for changing my perspective.
Samena K July 17, 2020
Determination/ willpower/ perseverance/persistence/bravery/boldness ------ the ture meaning and essence of every word can only and only be defined by a FIGHTER like you.... SALUTE to every fighter facing these challenges everyday , every second in their normal living which for others doesn't even seem to be a point of concern and thus no attention paid till date. What a shame that beauty of a building and a place is given much more importance than the worth of a human being.... THANK YOU for taking this step!!!! Reach out to those heights Babes, where you will one day make Mount Everst to bow and say "You're WELCOME Saira" and we will follow you......
Yaseera Amir July 17, 2020
This is such an eye opener. Everyone in this world needs to give this a read. You are such a positive soul and I'm so glad to have known you. More power to you beautiful!!
Mudassar Javeed July 16, 2020
Worth reading MA. Proud to share the same team with you. Hats off.
Nargis Sayed July 16, 2020
Superb..reading this got me goosebumps imagining myself in such a weird situation of climbing a ramp with any one of my main organ not supporting me. This is truly an eye opener and it is a step took higher an initiation to change the view of people.Every human being out there should feel a warm welcome rather then a scary one. Proud of you Saira didi.
Ahmed Qadeer July 16, 2020
Amazing read. As a POD, I feel the same way about stairs and ramps.
Henna Sohail July 15, 2020
Sigh!! Thank you Saira for this embarrassing and hard hitting insight. Its shameful, that how "we" the so called "normal" population can be so oblivious to the basic and crucial arrangements around us. But what is more infuriating is that the lack of response stems from the appalling subconscious mindset of the society. A mindset that has conveniently categorized the people of determination to be a section who "should" naturally be home bound. The lack of these arrangements clearly scream "Return to the walls within your homes, the outdoors are not for you" Ashamed and Apologetic 🙏🏻
Gitika Khanna July 15, 2020
I agree to every word Sara. If God is one who has WELCOMED 'US' into this world, why can't we be WELCOMED in every bit of human-made existence!!
Urooj Furqan Khan July 15, 2020
Amazing good job!
Rumana Parmar July 15, 2020
Great eye opener for normal people like us who takes so many blessing for granted in life.
Abhishek Gadhvi July 15, 2020
you truly are, proud of you
Fauzia July 15, 2020
Reading this article brought a lot of flashbacks of the struggle my closest friend felt and conquered,,,,I hope this reaches to millions of people and we together build a community that is truly INCLUSIVE of eveeryone.