Autism is a pervasive developmental disorder affects in the early stages of life. Researches show that autism may appear anytime during the first 12 years of a person's life. Autism affects communication skill, social and personal interactive skill and learning skill of the person affected. As per WHO report, 1 in 110 people worldwide having autistic symptoms.

Autism is a "spectrum" disorder; to be precise, symptoms of autism may vary from moderate to severe in different persons. Symptoms of autism are included but not constrained to:

  • Problems in verbal and nonverbal communication
  • Trouble to interact with others
  • Lack of motor and self-help skills
  • Repeated body movements
  • Unusual attachment to objects [For e.g. CD, ball, ring etc.]
  • Oversensitivity to sound, smell, touch, taste, sight etc.
  • Hyperactivity
  • Lack of eye contact
  • Learning disability
  • Mood swings
  • Sleep difficulty
  • As the actual cause of autism has not yet detected despite extensive researches at developed countries like US and UK, absolute solution for autism too is a far-away dream. But early diagnosis and intervention can make up this disorder to the tune of 70-80% or even more. Intervention includes:

  • Behavior Therapy
  • Speech-language Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physio Therapy
  • Special education
  • Medications
  • Yoga and Meditation





The annual generalbody meeting of our Society is being scheduled on 16th December 2018, Sunday ;10.00am at our Office in Valarkavu. (Right click on the image and select view image for detailed programme notice)


The day will be observed in Thrissur by the Society on 02/04/2017 with lighting of lamp in support to autism affected individuals. Hon. Dist. Collector Dr. Kousigan IAS will inaugurate the function. Venue: Nr. Thekke Gopura Nada, Thekkikadu Maidan, Thrissur; Time: 5.30pm