A new range gets introduced by Unicode into social media platform include hearing aids, wheelchairs, prosthetic limbs, white “probing” canes and guide dogs.
The smartphones will gain these emoticons by second half of this year.
“Social media is hugely influential and it’s great to see these new disability-inclusive emojis,” said Phil Talbot, from the disability charity Scope.
It is maintained by a California-based group made up of representatives of computing companies, software developers and others, who ensure that users of different devices and apps can send emojis to each other.
In addition men and women are pictured waving a finger by one of their ears are also meant to represent the deaf will also come soon.
Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, Facebook and Twitter can tweak Unicode’s designs to their own liking but are supposed to ensure that each character remains recognisable from one product to another.
Moreover,a notable addition is that a drop of blood,for letting women talk about menstruation in a new way.
There are many other new emoticons including an otter, a flamingo, a parachute and many more will also a part of the new updation.