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9 Facts about Disability in Vietnam

Get a better understanding of what it means to live with a disability in Vietnam.       15.3% of Vietnam’s population has one or multiple disabilities. This corresponds to more than 13 million people. Of this group, 3 million people have more...

How to Talk to a Disabled Person?

Talking to a disabled person is difficult. Disabled people are very different from other people and you always have to be careful with what you say. The first thing you always need to do is ask them what’s wrong with them. It’s best to just get that out of...

Are People with Disabilities Normal?

It is quite common for people to use the word “normal” to describe persons without disabilities. You probably do it as well. When you do, however, you automatically imply that a person with a disability is not normal, or even “abnormal,” which is not a...

Why Hire Enablecode?

Finding a web development company is not very difficult; there are a myriad of them out there. However, since they all offer similar services, deciding which of these companies to hire can be challenge. As you’re essentially entrusting your business to them,...

Is Your Workplace Accessible?

In 2006, the United Nations adopted the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. As such, the Convention’s signatories (i.e. the majority of countries in the world) became obliged to, among other things, ensure proper accessibility to the physi...

Is It Time for a New Disability Symbol?

Below is the current International Symbol of Access (ISA). It is a simple depiction of a person sitting in a wheelchair and is supposed to represent improved access for people with disabilities, particularly wheelchair users. The symbol is maintained as an int...

Social Inclusion & Disability (Video)

In Vietnam, and many other countries in the world, there are many misconceptions about people with disabilities. Many people believe, for instance, that people with disabilities cannot bring any value to society. People with disabilities are therefore frequent...