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AUTISM AND SPECIAL NEEDS COMMUNITY
Empowering youth with Autism & special needs.
What we do
Building an inclusive ecosystem for persons with Autism or Intellectual disabilities; in all walks of life, social, cultural and workplace.
Facilitating neurodiverse youngsters to be independent and explore their own skills and abilities.
For families of kids with Autism or Intellectual disabilities, a holistic support & wellness program for parents and siblings.
Neurodiversity awareness programs for schools, colleges, corporates & the community
Parent support and resource programs
Get motivation, guidance and emotional support to bring out the best in your child.
Support and resources for parents of teens to help navigate the challenges of adolescence in teens with Autism and special needs
Creating opportunities for youth with Autism and intellectual disabilities to be happy, independent and thrive as a part of a social group.
Access an empowering network of families to get motivation, resources and to create change. Access our Moms club, Dads club & the Siblings club.
The Mitra academy for Indian Performing Arts
At Mitra for life, we believe that
Indian Classical Music and Dance
can be tools for Cultural Inclusion
and Individual Transformation.
"We are enabling talented artists to be recognised and applauded for their abilities and not their disabilities."
A special education program in music, dance and theatre like never before!
The trek at Ramanagara was an amazing experience for my son. He was willing to try new activities which we haven’t seen him do in many years. The regular interaction with a peer group has changed him for the better. I recommend Mitra for life activities for all families with autistic teenagers.
Parent of a 16 year old Autistic youngster
Regular interaction with a peer group has changed him...
Beautiful and wonderful initiative. Very well organised events, children look forward to the events eagerly. They feel very safe, happy and most importantly they are not judged for anything. They are accepted the way they are. Their uniqueness in is celebrated.
Their Uniqueness is celebrated
Mother of a 21 year old youngster with Autism
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