Cross the Hurdles has taken up innovative activities on many fronts for the benefit of people with disabilities.
Cross the Hurdles Online Teaching Program links together various promising campaigns of Government of India i.e. the Digital India Program, Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan and Each One Teach One by harnessing the benefits of revolution in the field of Information Communication Technology. View our e-tutoring website | View our Crowdera page and support us
Symposium on Integrating the Medical and Social Models of Disability
On 15th June 2013 a symposium on “Integrating the Medical and Social Models of Disability: Time for a New Paradigm” was organized at the Indian Spinal Injury Center, New Delhi. Cross the Hurdles(CTH) and Indian Spinal Injury Center (ISIC) jointly hosted this one-day symposium. More details…
A Mentoring Program for People with Disabilities, under the aegis of Cross the Hurdles stands for “vision, voice and vocation – building a relationship”. More details…
Cross the Hurdles Magazine
An e-magazine was launched on the occasion of World Disability Day (December 3) of 2012. This bilingual (English and Hindi) magazine contains articles written by people with disabilities and people who work for people with disabilities.
Keeping You Abreast: A Handbook for Women With Disabilities
Book’s ISBN: 978-93-5104-788-9. Excerpts of this book could be accessed from the following links:
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Handbook on Tax Concessions and Exemptions for PwD
We are glad to inform that Cross the Hurdles has released a handbook on the Tax Concessions and Exemptions for the People with Disabilities in India. This handbook is available both in Hindi and English. We are delighted to inform you further that to make this activity completely an ”inclusive one”, we have also released it in Braille. Our main objective behind releasing this handbook is to provide correct and updated information to the People with Disabilities at their doorstep or touch of a button which would help them to know about the rights and facilities available to them.
Screen readable (English in MS-Word format)
Screen readable (Hindi in MS-Word format)