Came across these two websites on FB groups. www.readworks.org. The website has lesson plans and units, reading passages, The lesson plans are again subdivided based on skill and comprehension. However the books listed are quite expensive. The lesson plans can be adapted to the books one already  has. The reading passages are free and very
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Florence  Church send me a link to her blog  that boasts of 10 colleges offering special programs for people on the ASD spectrum. This is wonderful news. These colleges offer programs which include support groups, special classes and assistance. Only the costs seem  a little prohibitive even by American standards. But then that is the
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A friend of mine called me up and told me about this article in  The Hindu Metro plus today’s edition. The chefs of Hotel Sheraton have been creating mouth watering GFCF receipes for the students at V-excel educational trust. For those of you who have not heard of V-excel, the school handles CP and autistic
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Here is the list of two more schools in Bengaluru send to me by another parent. The schools are near the Thippasandara area. One is kara4kids and  the other Geethanjali Montessori Both offer integrated programs, kara4kids is really expensive . There are however no therapies in Geetanjali The staff here have dealt with autistic kids.
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The Samvaad institute of speech and hearing at Hebbal,  provides treatment for all communication disorders. The Director, Radhika Poovayya,  is a speech language pathologist with 23 years of experience. She is presently training to be a board certified behavior analyst. Under her guidance ABA services are being provided for children with autism at the institute
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I have been getting some google  searches looking for Dr Nandini Mundkur.  She is a developmental pediatrician. She is with the Centre for child development and disabilities Bangalore. She with her team are a group of professionals trained in ADI_ autism diagnostic inventory and ADOS autism diagnostic observation schedule. They are into early intervention.She can be contacted at 080 23342035
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I had written an earlier post on autism friendly websites. Here are some more for children in the age group 4-6.Thank you, Gina for the link. Have fun. http://www.earobics.com/gamegoo/gooeyhome.html http://funschool.kaboose.com/ http://www.rapidtyping.com/ http://www.elbuhoboo.com/eng.php http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/math.html. Ramam enjoyed the fruit shoot games on this site. http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/ Check out my earlier post for autism friendly websites

Little Hearts Hospital at  Masab Tank. The  phone  number is  23372036. One can check for resources with them. Ranjeeta, she is an occupational therapist, who has specialized in sensory integration issues. Her number is 9441349168. Also you may check my earlier post on schools in Hyderabad for more details.

There is a growing number of opportunities for adult autistics to seek employment. Sounds like music to one’s ears.Some of the opportunities in Bangalore areNITHYA SAADHANA: The contact person isMrs. Hema Nataraj,No.315,7th main, Vijayanagar, Bangalore-40080-40907028,9663397673.hema_n1957@yahoo.co.in.The target trade/industries under consideration areElectronic assembly/repairHandicraftsAdministrationData processingThe target trainees include young adults with down’s syndrome,border line MR,high functioning adult autistics in the age group
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This is a list of schools,  part of the  data bank we made before moving to Bangalore.  I do not much about the schools in the sense I have not visited them. Should any of you visit these centers’ /schools please give us  your feed back as other readers would also benefit.The list comprises of
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