Which are the schools in Bengaluru for children living with autism?

Which are the schools in Bengaluru for children living with autism?

Academy for Severe Handicap and Autism (ASHA)
L-76/A, (Opposite to L-50) Kirloskar colony,
HBCS 3rd Stage, 4th Block, Basaveswarnagar,
Phone: +91 80 23225279 / 23230357
Email: info[at]ashaforautism[dot]com

Sunshine Autism Trust
280, 6th Cross, Domlur Layout,
Phone: +91 80 65360892
Email: rao_vanitha[at]yahoo[dot]com, Sunshineautism[at]vsnl[dot]net

Apoorva Centre for Autism
c/o Lions Club of Sarakki,
21st main, 1st cross, Marenahalli,
J P Nagar Phase-2,
Phone: +91 80 65710445 / 9243195154 / 9845076140
Email: apoorva{at]SAIautismcenter[dot]org

Rainbow Centre For Autism Spectrum Disorder
Spastics Society of Karnataka
New #31, 5th Cross, 5th Main
Indira Nagar
Phone: 25280935, 25281831

Communication DEALL
47 Hutchins Road II Cross
Sarvajna Nagara (Cooke’s Town)
Bangalore 560 084
Phone: 91 080 2580 0826
Email: info[at]communicationdeall[dot]org

Which are the support networks for parents of autistic childre?

Autism Society of India
60 Vittal Mallya Road
Phone: 91-80-2322-5279
Email: autismsociety[at]gmail[dot]com

Karnataka Parents Association For Mentally Retarded Citizens
AMC Compound, Off Hosur Road,
Near Kidwai Memorial Hospital
Phone: 80 – 2656 3267
Email: jpkpamrc[at]vsnl[dot]net

Some useful Links

1. Autism India
2. Autism
3. Autism Resources
4. Patient Centers
5. Autism Network for Dietary Intervention
6. Families for Early Autism Treatment
7. Autism Society
8. Autism and PDD Support Network


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  1. SV Nagappa says:

    Karnataka Parents association for mentally retarded children.

    Karnataka Association for challenged children.

    Bit more sensitivity please. Bulldozer approach does not work wonders

  2. Padmalatha Ravi says:

    The association is named assocation for mentally retarded citizens. Here’s the link to the site http://www.kpamrc.org/

  3. Dr Shobha Shashidhara says:

    Ankura Foundation
    81/2, Dr A N Krishna Rao Road,
    Near SBM Jain College,
    VV puram. Bangalore-4

    Runs an Early Intervention Program
    with all therapies under one roof.

    e mail- ankurafoundation@rediffmail.com

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