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360° Development
for the specially-abled community.

We at Creating Abilities envision an Utopian world for the community at large

through several such empowering projects and Initiatives.

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Our Goal

We aim to
make them leaders!

We wish to work as a catalyst in bringing sustainable change in the lives of specially abled individuals with a life-cycle approach of development.

At the same time, we offer a One Stop Platform for all the resources in need for Specially-abled individuals.


Many sports are played by persons with disability outside formal sports movements. Adaptive sports are also known as disability sports, adapted sports, or parasports. Organized sport...

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Ninety percent of children with disabilities in developing countries do not attend school, according to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The World Health...

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Skill Development & Training

People with disabilities need skills to engage in livelihood activities. But they start with a number of disadvantages. Their families and communities may assume that they...

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Employment Support

At Creating Abilities, we intend to provide a convenient entry point for resources on equal employment opportunity and disability, as well as links to resources from...

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Healthcare, is the prevention, treatment, and management of illness and the preservation of health through services offered by the medical, dental, nursing, and allied health professions. Key...

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Technology & Innovation

Technology has changed all our lives but more so for those with disabilities.  It’s often the case that these changes are not always good. Some technology...

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Government – Legislation/ Policy

Creating Abilities advocates for the need to move away from traditionally held views of charity and welfare to those of productivity and enabling of disabled people. We...

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