1. You have met Ginny, now meet Ginny puppet.
2. A puppet of Ginny doll which can help trigger conversations around empathy, disability and inclusivity.
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Why Ginny Puppet?
Buy a Ginny Puppet for yourself or someone else if you want to spread the message of human diversity and agree with the thoughts that:
Imperfections are part of us and our everyday life
children (& people!) should be accepted and valued for who they are!
Ginny has a radial club hand. Her right hand and arm is different from the left arm. Do you know she has 9 fingers? Ginny wears specs to manage problems with her vision. Know more about her here: https://www.ginnysplanet.com/ginnys-world/
Ginny Puppet comes with a combo offer
Combo Offer 1 for Rs. 500: Ginny Puppet + Ginny book which introduces Ginny & has reflective questions for discussions+ Storybook (Where is my Kenk) + 2 cotton face masks (1 for adult & 1 for child ) made by a group of women in Rajasthan
Combo Offer 2 for Rs. 300. Ginny Puppet + 2 reusable face masks ( One for Adult and one for child). These are made of handwoven cotton; with love by artisans in Assam in Gamosa pattern. Gamosa is a symbol of Assam's day to day life, a token of love & respect.
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The Puppet will be delivered along with a Booklet on who Ginny is
All of us have imperfections. Is anyone really the odd-one-out? Ginny has a radial club hand. Her right hand and arm is different from the left arm. Do you know she has 9 fingers? Ginny wears specs to manage problems with her vision. Ginny is generally busy having fun and exploring the world around her.
When you buy a Ginny Puppet for yourself or someone else, you show solidarity with the thought that children (& people!) should be accepted and valued for who they are! You express the belief that ‘Being different is okay!’
Ginny is one of the lead characters in the story series being developed by Ginny’s Planet.
FAQs about Ginny Puppet
Why is Ginny wearing specs? : Ginny has problems in her vision. Spectacles help her see clearly.
Why is Ginny wearing a brace on her right hand? : The brace helps in supporting the wrist and keeping the hand in a straight position. Ginny has a radial club hand. Radial club hands can be of various kinds.
Does Ginny experience discomfort and pain when she wears brace on her right hand? : Brace (or cast - if you want to call it) is part of Ginny’s life. It is like her spectacles. It helps her manage things better. It does not cause her pain or discomfort. But yes, since Ginny is a growing child, the size of the brace has to change too. So, just like you wear new or bigger shoes when you are taller, Ginny has to wear a different sized brace as she grows. If she wears smaller brace that does not fit (just like wearing small shoes!), it will cause pain and discomfort.
Is Ginny a real person? : We can surely say that Ginny is not based on imagination! Ginny and her stories are based on real people. Radial club hand is a real condition. And many children do wear spectacles!
Who is making Ginny Puppet for us : It has been made with love by persons with disabilities associated with Prabhat- Society for Child Development, an organization working with persons with disabilities. As a social enterprise, Ginny’s Planet collaborates with other social enterprises to support their cause. When you buy a Ginny Puppet you also express your support for sustaining livelihoods of people engaged with these social enterprises!
Know more about us: www.ginnysplanet.com