Inclusion for Autism

Inclusion for Autism: A  Beautiful Message by a Mother

Inclusion for Autism: A  Beautiful Message by a Mother

Inclusion for Autism, As per Autism Society of America, Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disability; signs typically appear during early childhood and affect a person’s ability to communicate, and interact with others. It simply means a person with Autism has a unique nervous system. Further, Autistic have atypical brains. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability causing severe challenges in social, behavior and communication. Their thinking and problem solving abilities are different from others.ASD is defined by a certain set of behaviors and is a “spectrum condition” that affects individuals differently and to varying degrees.

Autism is a neurodevelopmental difference. In other words, it simply means a person with Autism has a unique nervous system. Further, Autistic have atypical brains. However, Autism is considered a disability from a legal point of view. This is because Autistic people need access to extra support, care, and government aid. Since each person with Autism is unique, their need for support also varies

There is no known single cause of autism, but increased awareness and early diagnosis/intervention and access to appropriate services/supports lead to significantly improved outcomes.

Inclusion for AUTISM

Some of the behaviors associated with autism include delayed learning of language; difficulty making eye contact or holding a conversation; difficulty with executive functioning, which relates to reasoning and planning; narrow, intense interests; poor motor skills’ and sensory sensitivities. Again, a person on the spectrum might follow many of these behaviors or just a few, or many others besides.

The diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder is applied based on analysis of all behaviors and their severity.

Over the years, professionals, parents, social workers are working hard for the inclusion of person with autism and their families in schools, in society and so on.

Inclusion is very important –

It helps to reduce the stigma, increases the social acceptance, social learning and social standards; one feels supported, included and more importantly it gains confidence.

On the occasion of World Autism Awareness Day, super mother, Dr. Sonal Kataria has given a world Beautiful and Powerful message about Inclusion of Children and their parents.

Dr. Sonali Kataria is a founder and Head of a non-profit organization called Sunrise Learning Foundation that is dedicated towards providing education and training to children on the autism spectrum, and their parents. She did her medical graduation, followed by MD from AIIMS in Anatomy, with Neuroscience as specialization.

Later she pursued a series of professional trainings including the Son-Rise Program (USA), Stem cell Therapy project from University of Melbourne (AUS), several Teacher Training programs (in autism and related conditions) after her MD and residency.

Do you like to know more about Dr. Sonali Kataria?

Listen to the beautiful message here.

Isn’t it a powerful and most beautiful message about the inclusion for Autism? Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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