Sambhav  School  for Autism & Multiple Disability
 
Registered under Society registration Act- (1958)- 324-Jaipur/2009/10
Registered under PWD Act- 1995- 272/Jaipur/2009/10
   
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(i) Name of the Organization  :
      Sambhav School for Autism & Multiple Disability

(ii) Name and Address of the Project  :
     Sambhav School for Autism & Multiple Disability,
     28 Kasturba Nagar, Nirman Nagar, Jaipur (Raj.)

(iii) Year of Grant  :  2014-15


Sambhav is a non-profit voluntary organization contributing towards the rehabilitation of children with Autism. Also providing care for children with mentally , physically and neurologically challenged children. Besides all above, Sambhav School creates awareness about the need of challenges. Sambhav is the first and only school in Rajasthan who is working with children with autism. Sambhav was set up on 5th march 2007. At the beginning, there were 2 children on roll and the strength has grown to 58 in the year 2014.

Registered under Society registration Act- (1958)- 324-Jaipur/2009/10

Registered under PWD Act- 1995- 272/Jaipur/2009/10

Email: sambhavjpr@gmail.com

About Autism

Autism is a complex developmental disorder that appears at birth or within the first three years of childhood. Autism is a neurological disorder that impacts development in areas of social interaction and communication skills.

Main Symptoms:
  1. Social interactions:
    • Problems in non-verbal communication skills, for example eye contact, facial expression and body posture
    • Failure to establish friendship with other children
    • Difficulty interpreting another persons feelings, such as sorrow and happiness.

  2. Verbal and non-verbal communication
    • Delay in, or lack of, developing language
    • Difficulty in sustaining a conversation

  3. Repetitive behaviors
    • Repetitive motions: Spends a lot of time repeatedly flapping arms or rocking body
    • Consistency in environment: Spends time lining up cars, train etc., instead of playing with them
    • Routine: Change in routine can be extremely disturbing
    • Repetitive use of language: Often repeats phrases over and over again

 

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