A main call to adopt more books into various disabled-friendly formats.
HOUT Youlen is the New Normal in the world of the disabled. Definitely one in a million, though he only has stumps at both elbows, he is now a happy Computer Science senior.
Disability is only a small adversity in the journey of achieving one’s life goals. It should not hinder you from landing your dream job.
All through his life, a Cambodian man suffered from a disability that got worse each and every day, eventually reaching a stage in which his entire body became deformed. Yet, this man never gave in because he has people he has to live for: his children.
Yin Sot lost her eyesight when she was 10. She had no idea why and how, but her parents believed her it was measles that caused her blindness. A year after, she had to leave school. She was supposed to complete fourth grade.
Blindness will never stop someone from achieving their goals provided they have a burning desire and perseverance. That is the advice of a young music student who is helping to preserve Khmer tradition despite physical disability.
There are numerous different categories in para-sports depending on athletes’ disability.