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This Mall's Staff Wore Props For A Day To Understand What It's Like To Work With Disabilities

Sometimes, we need to walk a mile in their shoes.

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In an attempt to raise awareness about disabilities, TRRAIN (Trust for Retailers and Retail Associates of India), a charitable trust, conducted a social experiment at a mall in Mumbai.

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A few retail employees were made to wear either noise-cancellation earbuds, or single-heeled shoes or arm-slings, to induce temporary disability.

TRRAIN India / Via youtube.com

And all through the day, they faced a lot of difficulty, not only in dealing with customers, but also with everyday tasks.

TRRAIN India / Via youtube.com
TRRAIN India / Via youtube.com

But they had the option at the end of the day to return to being able bodied, unlike those who overcome disabilities every day to make a livelihood.

TRRAIN India / Via youtube.com

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