In the context of the current world focusing on inclusive development so that no one is left behind, the social integration of vulnerable groups, including people with disabilities, is increasingly concerned. Social inclusion is closely linked and considered an essential prerequisite for human development. In order to achieve integration, it is necessary to remove the barriers that cause social isolation and strengthen the capacity of vulnerable groups so that they can participate in all aspects of social life. In Vietnam - a country with a relatively high proportion of people with disabilities in the Asia Pacific region - the development of people with disabilities still faces challenges in many areas of life, such as education and health, income, employment. Therefore, people with disabilities face the risk of social isolation.