AUTISM CARE CENTER

Special education, Remedial education , Behavior modification, Social and Life skills(Self help) enhancement, Day care, Vocational Training in Computer Graphics and Multi-media, IEP for children with AUTISM, ADHD, DYSLEXIC, learning disabilities and sensory handicaps.

What is AUTISM?

Human brain plays major role in understanding the things which we see, smell, touch, taste and experience. But when someone's brain has trouble in understanding or interpreting these things, it can make them difficult to talk, listen, understand, play, and learn. This difficult situation in the children is known as AUTISM. This difficulty can be severe, mild or average. At AUTISM CARE CENTRE, a child is introduced to systematic learning procedures to develop child's IQ level.

Symptoms of AUTISM?

  1. A child with AUTISM can not have an eye contact
  2. Extreme difficulty in learning language
  3. Inability to respond or Sluggish behaviour
  4. Inability to play with other children or to make friends
  5. Frequent crying and tantrums for no apparent reason
  6. Extremely distressed by everyday noises
  7. Difficult to talk, listen, understand, play and learn.

FOUNDATION SKILLS

IMPROVING CHILD’S COMMUNICATION
PEER INTERACTION, MANERISMS
BEHAVIOUR MODIFICATION
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE & BASIC MATHS
ACTIVE LISTENING & WRITING

SOCIAL & LIFE SKILLS

  SELF AWARENESS
  BUILDING EYE TO EYE CONTACT
  PEER INTERACTION, MANERISMS
  FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS & PLAY
  SELF GROOMING & MANY MORE..

SPECIAL ACADEMICS

  COMMUNICATION
  GENERAL KNOWLEGE
  READING & WRITING SKILLS
  BASIC MATHS
  MONEY COUNTING & GAMES..

TUTIONS

LKG to 5th Class (CBSE/ICSE)

ART

ART & CRAFT Classes

MUSIC

Keyboard classes for Kids


AUTISM CARE CENTRE

CARE & SUPPORT for Children with AUTISM, ADHD and learning disabilities

Helping students to understand daily activities and respond in an appropriate way

INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM (IEP) for Slow learners, Dyslexic, ADD and ADHD

SPECIALIZED in taking care of Children with AUTISM - AUTISM CARE CENTRE

TEACHING SOCIAL AND LIFE SKILLS

Our Branches located in C.B.M. Compound, Nr. R.T.C. Complex and M.V.P.COLONY, VISAKHAPATNAM, ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA.

REMEDIAL EDUCATION AND SPECIAL EDUCATION

BEHAVIOUR CORRECTION & An environment to inculcate good manners

A LOVING, SAFE, SECURE & HYGIENIC ENVIRONMENT

TUITIONS FOR SLOW LEARNERS (LKG to 5th Class - CBSE/ICSE), C.B.M. COMPOUND, VISAKHAPATNAM.

MUSIC CLASSES FOR KIDS (KEY BOARD)

   ADMISSIONS ARE IN PROGRESS - ENROLL TODAY!!


DEEVENA AUTISM CARE CENTRE (JUNIOR SECTION)- C.B.M. COMPOUND, VISAKHAPATNAM

Deevena Autism Centre
Deevena Autism Centre
Deevena Autism Centre
Deevena Autism Centre
Deevena Autism Centre

TEACH SPECIAL-AUTISM CARE (SENIOR SECTION)- M.V.P. COLONY, VISAKHAPATNAM

Autism Centre Seniors Section
Autism Centre Seniors Section Computers lab
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autism-care-computer-class-seniors
autism-care-physical-exercises-seniors

What is AUTISM?

Human brain plays major role in understanding the things which we see, smell, touch, taste and experience. But when someone's brain has trouble in understanding or interpreting these things, it can make them difficult to talk, listen, understand, play, and learn. This difficult situation in the children is known as AUTISM. This difficulty can be severe, mild or average. At AUTISM CARE CENTRE, a child is introduced to systematic learning procedures to develop child's IQ level.

Symptoms of AUTISM?

  1. A child with AUTISM can not have an eye contact
  2. Extreme difficulty in learning language
  3. Inability to respond or Sluggish behaviour
  4. Inability to play with other children or to make friends
  5. Frequent crying and tantrums for no apparent reason
  6. Extremely distressed by everyday noises
  7. Difficult to talk, listen, understand, play and learn.

What is ADHD?

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is the most common behavioral disorder encouters these days, that starts during childhood. However, people of all ages can suffer from ADHD. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) estimates that 3% to 5% of children have ADHD. Some experts, though, say ADHD may occurs in 8% to 10% of school-aged children.

It is a chronic disorder with 30 to 50 percent of those individuals diagnosed in childhood continuing to have symptoms into adult age. Adolescents and adults with ADHD tend to develop coping mechanisms to compensate for some or all of their impairments.

Symptoms of ADHD?

  1. Short span of attention
  2. Messy and careless responses
  3. Inability to stay at one place
  4. Easily distracted by irrelevant events
  5. Frequent crying and tantrums for no reasons
  6. Getting up frequently to walk or run around
  7. Not following details or rules of activities in social situations often talking excessively

What is Dyslexia or Reading Difficulties?

Dyslexia is also known as Reading Disorder. The symptoms of dyslexia are measured by reading achievement, i.e., reading accuracy, speed or comprehension as measured by standardized tests, that falls substantially below that expected, given the individual’s chronological age, measured intelligence, and age appropriate education (DSM-IV Dyslexia 1994).

Symptoms of Dyslexia or Reading Difficulties?

  1. Unable to read materials that other children of the same age can.
  2. Difficulty remembering meaning and pronunciation of words that they have read/learned
  3. Poor in spelling as a result of (2)
  4. Poor in comprehension as a result of reading difficulty
  5. Some have symptoms of attention deficit or distractibility (ADHD comorbidity)
  6. Poor handwriting
  7. Poor essay writing

What are the Symptoms of Learning Difficulties?

  1. Poor reading and comprehension.
  2. Poor in mathematics and problem solvingd
  3. Poor cognition (thinking and reasoning)
  4. Poor memory
  5. Poor auditory processing)
  6. Poor visual processing
  7. Lack of focus, short attention spans

  1. Passive and slow to response.
  2. Unable to learn on their own or complete assignments on their own
  3. Functions at ability but significantly below grade level
  4. Is prone to immature interpersonal relationships
  5. Has difficulty following multi-step directions
  6. Lives in the present and does not have long range goals
  7. Scores consistently low on achievement test