Identification and intervention of autism is relatively new in India, dating back less to than 25 years. But with the improved knowledge of the condition and availability of variety of tools and strategies, autism is being identified and intervened earlier now. This book presents the perspectives of education and social inclusion of people with autism. It aims to develop understanding of autism and its intervention strategies from early childhood and school education to employment and community living. Arranged in five parts, the book includes contributions from professionals and practitioners from across India and other countries. The book will serve as a reference source for parents, teachers, therapists, researchers and academics who work in the area of autism education and rehabilitation.”
A woman with a one-year-old child, who is roaming from one place to another in order to get the child treated as she is suffering from four mental diseases. The woman was been termed as insane, and she has been pushed out of everywhere she had called her home, from her in-laws and her own family. The story is about the struggles and hardships faced by her.