The book investigates a particular Government of India policy known as the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS). The ICDS operates amongst the poorer sections of the population in India, for pre-school children in the age range of 0-6 years. Although it states that it is for "all" children, it does not in practice address the question of disabled children. The research examined why and how such a major social policy in the country has segregated the disabled children from its agenda. The findings indicate the gap between policy stated and policy enacted and focus on the lack of cohesion in the directives for the implementation of inclusion into practice.