Autism Pride Day with Autistic adults

Jacqueline Fernandez celebrates Autism Pride Day with Autistic adults from the cafe Arpan

Jacqueline Fernandez celebrates Autism Pride Day with Autistic adults from the cafe Arpan

Jacqueline Fernandez, a Bollywood actress who is referred to as the industry’s “sunshine girl,” certainly has a knack for making people’s lives better. She recently celebrated Autism Pride Day with the staff of Cafe Arpaan.

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. Do we consider this slight variation a disorder? This is something we need to think about! Is it a disorder or just neuro-diversity? Typically, Autism develops as a child grows. People discover signs of Autism as early as 12months in an infant. Often even earlier in a child.

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Jacqueline year-old nonprofit You Only Live Once (YOLO) has been writing and sharing stories of kindness throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The actress recently went to “Cafe Arpaan,” which is owned by people with disabilities.


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India’s usage of ICT in education under the PM eVIDYA programme is acknowledged by UNESCO.

Special e-content will be made available for kids with special needs. People with impairments will be able to access the National Institute for Open Schooling’s website. The website will offer students keyboard support, simple navigation, display setting, content readability and organisation, alternate descriptions for images, and audio-video explanation so that students do not encounter any barriers to receiving an education.

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How much do we care about needs in special education?

The education of children with disabilities is becoming a key component of national policy for the first time in independent India. Even if there were earlier attempts in the 1980s, none of them placed as much of an emphasis on inclusive education as the current one does. Since many of them may require ongoing support to maintain inclusion, including early childhood pre-school education in the new policy can help increase access to education for children with disabilities.

SEN stands for Special Education Needs. It is a broad term that refers to the special educational needs for a child with disability or difficulty.

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This week, @WhitHealth introduced more accessible information for individuals with autism and learning difficulties.

In order to enhance the experiences of autistic patients and those with learning disabilities at Whittington Health NHS Trust, Ambitious about Autism has assisted three patient groups from north London in developing new resources. Together, they looked at the difficulties that patients with learning disabilities and autism encounter when they go to the hospital for checkups or in case of an emergency.

Award-winning Artist Refused Flight on Alliance Air Due to Wheelchair

Award-winning disabled artist claims she was denied entry on a recent Alliance Air trip from Bengaluru to Kochi because she refused to give up her battery-operated wheelchair. In order to go with her buddy to Kochi on another private carrier, Ms. Dwivedi claimed she had to pay an additional 14,000. She claimed that the airline effortlessly transported her wheelchair in the plane’s hold.

Effects of A2 milk on autistic children

However, there has been an upsurge in crossing Indian cows with foreign varieties, which results in animals that give twice as much milk per day to suit commercial needs. As a result, many desi cows began giving milk with both A1 and A2 proteins, according to studies by the National Bureau of Animal Genetic Resources. Some even began making milk that had exclusively the A1 protein.

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AI Detects Autism Speech Patterns Across Multiple Languages, according to Northwestern University

A recent study led by Northwestern University researchers used machine learning, a subfield of artificial intelligence, to identify speech patterns in autistic kids that were consistent in both English and Cantonese.
In addition to showing significant variations in tone, intonation, and rhythm, children with autism frequently speak more slowly than children who are usually developing.

Major Increase in Mental Health Issues During Pandemic, Governments Not Doing Enough: WHO Report

Globally, the prevalence of mental health illnesses has sharply increased as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a World Health Organization (WHO) assessment, low- and middle-income countries were most severely affected (LMICs). Incidentally, India is considered to be an LMIC.

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Mysuru obtains a cutting-edge facility for speech-language pathology

On June 20, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will open the Centre of Excellence (CoE) at the All India Institute of Speech and Hearing (AIISH) in Mysuru. According to the institute, the CoE aims to fill the gap between the demand and supply of professionals for the evaluation and rehabilitation of people with communication disorders and to conduct fundamental and multidisciplinary research for the creation of databases, tests, and norms for the Indian population.

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