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I was born in the early 1980s. I grew up in the small towns and remote villages of North East India. I didn't know it when I was young, but now when I look back, I believe I had and I still have mild form of autism. I had speech problem and stammered a bit. More importantly, I didn't give eye contact to others while interacting. I even preferred loneliness to socialization.

A Prayer:

It's not only an expectation but a fervent  prayer of a parent  of a child with special needs that the child is always in safe secure environment and that the professionals , teachers , care givers , family members , all people dealing with the child equally value the child and  are kind and sensitive towards the child looking beyond the disability .

A few Ground Realities ;

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  • Hello all

    I want to share with you my experience of searching for schools. We were searching for schools since Nov 2018, the heads of schools kept giving us hopes and slowly start with :

    We would try - I was ok

    We want mother to shadow till child is adjusted - I was ok

    We want assessment report - I was ok

    When Dhruv was little,he started getting fascinated with alphabets & numbers.He would pore over books looking at the images and words.By the age of 3 he was reading & by the age of 4 he was making words with his magnetic alphabets and I remember Gopan & me being stunned & so proud of him.He would be assessed with autism only by 4.5 but we already

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