As societies are moving forward, we are understanding the importance of an inclusive world where a person using a wheelchair can access decent work, the person needs to be able to physically move in and out of his or her home; needs to be able to access the public space and transportation; and needs to be able to access the work facilities, in terms of both the built environment and its information and communications systems. Before delving into more details, this study explored the sub-categories of disability which are Mobility/Physical, Spinal Cord (SCI), Head Injuries (TBI), Vision, Hearing and Psychological and provided route to bring into the mainstream. This study understands that the responsibilities needed to be understood by different entities to provide the necessary opportunities and access to persons with disabilities meaning we need build empathy among these bodies to create a sustainable solution. If any one element of the network fails in this obligation, persons are not able to reap the benefit from the other elements. In order for them to be integrated and included in the development agenda, a comprehensive and holistic approach is required. Mainstreaming disability in development or disability-inclusive development is a useful and necessary strategy in this regard.