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1 in 125 children are thought to be affected with Autism. These children have special needs and many have special talents. Sankara Eye Hospital, in association with Young Indians, CII organized an “Interactive Workshop for Caregivers of Children with Autism Spectrum” at, Sankara Eye Hospital Auditorium, Varthur Main Road, Bengaluru.
The workshop saw 65 teachers and parents of Children with Autism Spectrum benefit from insights on education, dental hygiene to being able to overcome stress and create a safe environment for their children to achieve their potential.
“Recognizing the need for multidisciplinary care and the advances in understanding of Autism, the interactive session has been curated with Young Indians Bangalore and Hiral Divyansh, Occupational Therapist to bring together Special Educator, Medical Clown, Psychologist, Dentist, Speech Therapist and Occupational Therapist. Through the session they would know how parents of children with autism spectrum can play a proactive role to achieve their potential”. Dr. Kaushik Murali, President, Medical Administration, Quality & Academic, Sankara Eye Hospital Bengaluru.
Sharada Shankaranarayana, Chair Masoom at Young Indians, Bangalore shared, “it is important that we ensure a safe and secure environment for all children to thrive. We are happy that through this workshop we would be able to give caregivers a perspective on child safety for children with special needs.”