New Delhi, April 13 -- Imagine the life of a person living with a disease that restricts body movements to a minimum. Muscular dystrophy (MD) not just leaves those afflicted crippled but makes them completely dependent on others, even for basic needs. This leads to illness and frustration for the sufferer and caretaker alike.

To bring a day of fun in their lives, Sri Hari Sewa Trust, an NGO in the Capital, is organising a camp for those suffering from MD and their caretakers. Sanjana Goyal, founder of Indian Association of Muscular Dystrophy (IAMD), and a dystrophic herself, will also be part of the camp. She says, "MD as a subject is rarely touched upon and I feel it takes effort to bring MD patients out of their shells. This camp is an e...