With Nikita Kaushik

In this Vlog, we discuss what it means to be differently abled

With Dhanveer Singh

In this Vlog, we look at a man’s perspective of being a carer, as men in general don’t tend to open up as much as they should.

With Rebecca Cliffe @ Charge

In this Vlog, we discuss a condition known as Charge Syndrome, and the challenges on how to explain this to others

With Tatjana @ MyWorkMode

In this Vlog, we show how caregiving and making money have combined with technology, to create a new way of accessing carers

Caregiving Vs Money Making?

In this Vlog we show how caregiving and making money have combined with technology, to create a new way of accessing carers.

Posted by This Is Me on Friday, 26 June 2020

With Gurjit Rana – Enabled Vs Disabled

In this vlog, we cover disabilities and its acceptance in modern day society

With Lauren & Jag – Coaches For The Soul

In this Vlog, we speak about the impact on Mental Health for carer’s and siblings, who are carer’s, & the short film with Prakash Radhakrishnan ॐ was involved with (on the home page)

Thank you for joining us today, we spoke about the impact on mental Health for carer’s and siblings who are carer’s watch this short film with Prakash Radhakrishnan ॐ & Jagdeep Hunjan created by Narinder Matharu based on mental health - check it out here - https://youtu.be/r42rhvs-a3Y

Posted by Jag Kumari on Friday, 22 May 2020

With Shruti Tekwani @ ThriveCorp

Is there a place for disability of all sorts, in today’s fast-paced corporate culture and communities?

In this Vlog, I talk with Shruti Tekwani about her thoughts and experiences on this topic

In conversation with Thrivecorp

Is there a place for disability of all sorts in today's fast-paced corporate culture and communities?In this episode, I talk with Shruti Tekwani about her thoughts and experiences on this topic

Posted by This Is Me on Wednesday, 27 May 2020

With Victoria Jenkins @ Unhidden

Abled does not mean enabled
Disabled does not mean less able
~ Khang K Nguyen ~

We start to break down the societal misconceptions behind disability being a physical restriction