World Autism Awareness Day - 2023
Start your journey from the nearest Delhi Metro station, and be at the MANOVIKAS, Near Karkardoom Court Metro Station, New Delhi, by 3:00 pm.
Manovikas Family is proud to announce our initiative that helps individuals with IDD travel independently by relying on the Delhi Metro.
By doing this, we challenge traditional narratives on independent travelling restrictions for ASD persons.
Join us in fostering a sense of acceptance, inclusion and freedom for ASD persons.
Assistance and support are vital when travelling with someone with ASD. Show your support & kindness by providing extra attention to those who may need it while travelling with neurotypical conditions.
This World Autism Awareness Day, join us in lighting up public areas, offices, schools, buses and metro coaches with blue-coloured balloons and other props. Let’s show those struggling with ASD that they aren’t alone and we understand them!
Join us on an incredible journey from your Nearest Metro Station in Delhi NCR to Karkardoom Court Metro Station. Witness our fantastic performers at the MANOVIKAS on Sunday, 2nd April 2023, from 3 pm to 5 pm.
Know Divyangjan-friendly entry/exit gate or lift for accessing the metro station. 💟
Find the route, and know the estimated travel time. You are advised to keep extra time to travel for the “Celebrate Autism Inclusion with Delhi Metro” event.
60 A, Radhey Puri-1,
Swami Dayanand Marg,
Near Jagat Puri Crossing,
Nearest Metro Station (PINK LINE): Karkardoom Court
Time: Sunday, 2nd April 2023, 3 pm to 5 pm.
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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental disorder that affects how people interact with others, communicate, learn, and behave. Although autism can be diagnosed at any age, it is described as a “developmental disorder” because symptoms generally appear in the first two years of life.
According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), a guide created by the American Psychiatric Association that health care providers use to diagnose mental disorders, people with ASD often have:
Autism is known as a “spectrum” disorder because there is wide variation in the type and severity of symptoms people experience.
People of all genders, races, ethnicities, and economic backgrounds can be diagnosed with ASD. Although ASD can be a lifelong disorder, treatments and services can improve a person’s symptoms and daily functioning. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that all children receive screening for autism. Caregivers should talk to their child’s health care provider about ASD screening or evaluation.
Currently, the number of schools providing education to children with autism is severely limited as compared to the need. However, the range of services is extremely varied and diverse ranging from autism-specific services to mainstream schools.
RPWD Act 2016, Section 19 (a) ensures inclusion of persons with disability in all mainstream formal and non-formal vocational and skill training schemes and programmes; and 19 (c) exclusive skill training programmes for persons with disabilities with active links with the market, for those with developmental, intellectual, multiple disabilities and autism;
NEP 2020 also talks about inclusive education.
Yes! WAAD 2022 will address “Inclusive Education – the Promise and Reality” -Panel discussion with parents and family members of persons with ASD, along with brief presentations by other experts on 2nd April 2022 at 3:00 pm.
You need to register on ZOOM ID 974 9978 5847 PW 2022.
To get your Participation Certificate. Please ensure to Register on the website https://manovikasfamily.org/gyanshala/courses/inclusive-education/ and complete your course.
This is free no need to pay