Born with down syndrome, Aditi could not continue to attend school with “normal” students nor could she enjoy life like everybody else. After graduating from a special needs school at the age of 21, she worked in an office but quickly grew tired of it and quit. In 2016, her brother gifted her with a cafe which she called Aditi’s Corner, and she is now running the cafe along with several other employees. The cafe has significantly boosted her self-confidence and has empowered her to make her own way in life.
Special thanks to Aditi for sharing her story.
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