List of National Resources - India

Action for AutismIt is a non-profit organization that engages in lifelong activities that include early intervention, education, assessments, work and employment, independent living, as well as awareness, advocacy and research. AFA partners with other organizations nationally and internationally to provide clinical services, a vocational center for adults with autism, research and training, publications and advocacy.
Sector 5 Jasola Institutional Area, Behind Sai Nikatan
New Delhi 110025
Phone: 91-11-6534-7422
Fax: 91-11-4054-0993
Autism Society of IndiaThe Autism Society of India functions as a national organization to focus all actions on issues related to people with autism spectrum disorder and their families. It advocates for rights, protection and education, as well as promotes awareness and sensitization in the community, medical, legal and educational fields.
60, Vittal Mallya Road
Bangalore 560001
Phone: 91-80-2322-5279
Academy for Severe Handicaps and AutismASHA provides education and therapy for people with autism spectrum disorder. It has a student-teacher ratio of 2:1 for effective learning. Each child is also part of the group sessions and circle where social skills are developed. Therapies and activities offered include: Speech and Language Therapy, Physiotherapy, Technology Intervention, Dance, and Music
Yoga #L 76/A, HBCS Kirloskar Colony
III Stage, IV Block Basveswarnagar
Bangalore 560079
Phone: 91-80-2322-5279 / 2323-0357
DISHA AUTISM CENTREDisha School is one of the first Autism Centers in the country to adopt the latest curriculum (Unique Learning System) and for its implementation all Disha professionals are trained by an Expert Trainer from the USA. Disha follows a highly structured individualized therapy and education program based on each child's developmental needs and strengths. More than 75% of Disha's beneficiaries come from families below the poverty line, who receive all services, including medical intervention, free of charge. 62 - Sampatrao Colony, Alkapuri
Vadodara 390005 INDIA
Phone: 91-265-2325250
SAI ConnectionsSAI Connections is an autism awareness training center that works continuously to educate people with autism spectrum disorder to develop their strengths, adapt to their environment and live fuller lives. They also conduct training programs for parents and families of affected children to better understand the child and help them progress accordingly. They uniquely treat autism spectrum disorder (and all its forms, such as Asperger's syndrome, PDD-NOS and more) by remediating the core deficits and co-occurring conditions that accompany autism.
Sterling Center, Indian Bank Building,
Opposite Cardinal Gracious High School,
Subhash Nagar, Bandra (E), Mumbai - 400 051,
Phone: 91-22-2605-0992.
Indian Autism SocietyThe society was formed to advance the personal development, equal opportunities and community participation of people with Autism. The organization provides training and certification to professionals as well as maintaining links both nationally and internationally to keep up to date with advances in the field of research and evolving practical experience.
Autism Resource and Information CentreIt is an open-access clearinghouse intervention center that serves as an information pool of all interventions and assessment tools conducted throughout the country. The Resource Center has several very important sections on Autism such as signs to watch for, getting a diagnosis, nationally trusted advisors, interventions, specific concerns, and much more.
ABOUT INDIA AUTISM CENTERIndia Autism Center is an upcoming residential community and service provider for the neurodiverse community. The services they will offer will be: Housing, Cultural and Recreation, Learning and Public Edge.
Centre For Autism IndiaCenter for Autism India (CAI) is a non-governmental charitable organization dedicated to helping children overcome the challenge of autism through innovative, evidence-based programs in education, outreach and adult services. The center participates in academic and training programs, provides intensive trainings to qualified youth, special emphasis is given to occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy and home training programs. It also has a training institute for children with autism that serves children between the ages of 3 and 15.
Indian Creek FoundationThe foundation is a premier non-profit organization that provides services for children, adults and seniors. It has peer support services (CPS) that focuses on promoting recovery and a sense of resiliency for others experiencing chronic and persistent illness. Senior Living Center, which provides day services to people age 60 and older. The Core program, which provides supports for community participation. The TAY program for transition-age youth ages 15 to 18 with autism spectrum disorder, which offers psycho-educational programs on topics including pre-vocational skills, dating, relationships, bullying, safe use of social media, wellness and more.
Amrit Foundation Of IndiaAmrit's focus is on children with intellectual and developmental challenges. The Little Peepul Tree's flagship program, The Little Peepul Tree, aims to create a level playing field for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They focus especially on Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and Intellectual Disability.
DISABILITY RIGHTS ASSOCIATION OF GOADRAG is a charitable society with the main objective of incorporating people with disabilities into mainstream society. The society ensures that the rights of persons with disabilities are protected as per the provisions of the various laws, organizing outdoor World Disability Day in which children from various schools / NGO's of persons with disabilities participate, participation in the formulation of Goa state policy for the welfare of persons with disabilities, among others.
0000Swabhimaan trust /a>Swabhimaan trust is a non-profit NGO committed to the health, education, employment and empowerment of children and young adults with developmental disabilities such as autism, mental retardation, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) and dyslexia. The therapeutic alliance consists of a physician, therapists, educator and parents. All this to maintain an integrated approach where conventional therapies such as behavioral approach, speech therapy, occupational therapy, auditory integration therapy and sports therapy are combined to form a comprehensive integrated intervention needed.
Ashish Foundation for the Differently AbledAFDA provides services to children with autism and other disabilities in compliance with the standards of the educational systems of developed countries. Although not exhaustive, the following are some of the services provided to students on a daily basis: Life skills training, Educational plan tailored to the needs of each student, Speech therapy, Occupational therapy, Physical therapy, Gross motor skills development, Fine motor skills development, Non-verbal communication skills development, Sports skills training, Vocational skills training, Computer skills, Vocational training, Behavior management and Social skills.
Society for the Autistics in IndiaSAI is a non-profit charitable organization founded by a group of parents of autistic children with the goal of educating/training people with autism. The Apoorva Autism Center offers early intervention programs for children ages 3 to 6, academic program for ages 6 to 12, functional academic program for age group 12 to 18, vocational training, and other activities and programs.
UmmeedUmmed provides specialized care for most developmental disabilities and has moved into areas of training, research and advocacy. It is one of the leading NGOs in the country for its work in the field of children with disabilities. It has four main areas of work: clinical services, training services, research and awareness and advocacy.
Ummeed Child Development Center
Floor G Mantri Pride 1B 1/62 NM Joshi Marg Subhash Nagar Lower Parel Mumbai 400011 India
P: 65528310
Information and Resource Centre for Autism#9 I Cross, Shankarpuram, Basavangudi Bangalore - 4 Phone: 91-80-4120-3426 Email:
Asha Ka JharnaHarlalka Kothi Nawalgarh 333042 Rajasthan India
P: 01594 222930
AshianaNityanand Municipal School Sahar Rd., Andheri East Mumbai India
P: 022 26845062
Assam Autism Foundation5 Dinesh Ojha Path Rajgarh Guwahati 781 005 Assam India
P: 00911 9864027292
Autism Society of Hyderabad (ASH)1-2-593/26A Near Bala Saibaba Temple Gagan Mahal Hyderabad 500 029 India
P: 91 9848513192
Autism Society West Bengal22 Anjuman Ara Begum Row Kolkata 700 033 India
P: 033 64571576
F: 9830139173
Centre for Autism Therapy, Counselling and Help (CATCH)26 Madhusudan Nagar, Unit-4 Bhubaneswar, Orissa India 751001
Child Development Center (CDC) at the Hinduja HospitalRm no-2310, 2nd floor, OPD bldg P.D. Hinduja Hospital Mahim Mumbai-400016 India
P: 24451515 ext. 8258
F: 24445907
Communication DEALL47 Hutchins Rd. II Cross Sarvajna Nagara (Cooke's Town) Bangalore 560 084 India
P: 91 080 2580 0826
Creating Connections10/4 Block B 6 Sunny Park Kolkata-700019 India
P: 9830941233
Dakshinya Special Education Centre & School for AutismA32/250 Old Siddharth Nagar 10 Bhd Aadarsha Vidyalaya Goregaon Mumbai 400062 India
P: 9819023790
Darpan3759/2 Kundan Nagar Near Gurudwara Model Town Extn. Model Town Ludhiana Punjab India
P: 9417160463
Development Center for Children with Autism1143 Sri Siddartha Campus Srinagar Colony Hyderabad-500073 India
P: 040 23732285
Dikshan22 Anjuman Ara Begum Row Kolkata 700033 India
P: 033 24730706
FiVE: Centre for Child DevelopmentMain Office: #48/51, 3rd Cross Street (West), Shenoy Nagar, Chennai 600030, India
P: 91 9445155000
InspirationAG1 123D, Vikaspuri New Delhi-110018 India
P: 011 25611861
Institute for Remedial Intervention Services8-2-/B/2/D Rd. No:11 Banjara Hills Hyderabad 500034 India
MuskanSpecial Ed. Centre for Autism MS 39 Sec-D (Near Puraniya Chauraha) Aliganj, Lucknow India
P: 0522 2334811
Parents Association for Autistic ChildrenPlot No 779 Defence Colony Sainikpuri Secunderabad-500094 India
P: 040 27110749
Parents Network for AutismC-213, Patel Park Nirala Nagar, Lucknow-226020 India
P: 0522 2786508
PathwaysSunita S. Lele 14, Pooja, Pandurang Colony Pune 411 038 Maharashtra India
Pradip Centre for AutismFlat No: 4, Lakeview Cooperative Housing Society P-203/B, Block B Kolkatta - 700089 India
P: 033 25341832
Priyanj Special School239/1905 Motilal Nagar 1 Achyut Behre Marg Nr Ganesh Mandir 4 Goregaon W Mumbai 400104 India
P: 022 28753880
RakshnaNo 4 Rajaji St. Gandhi Nagar Madhurai 625 020 Tamil Nadu India
SAIRAM AutismC/o Jai Vakeel School Sewri Hills Sewri Rd. Mumbai 400 033 India
P: 022 24701129
SamarpanM.G. Rd. Municipal School Opp. Parle Vidya Tilak Mandir Fl. 3 Above Marathi Med. Sch. Vile Parle E, Mumbai 400 057 India
P: 022 26336537
Sambhav Special School for Autism28, Kasturba Nagar Nirman Nagar Ajmer Rd., Jaipur India
P: 0141 3139330
Sankalp Learning CentreQ-9, New No. 41 6th Avenue Chennai 600040, Tamil Nadu India
P: 044 42113947
Sanmvedana School for Children with AutismOpposite Landar Park, Near Hanuman Mandir Ramdaspeth Nagpur 400 015 India
SaweraGuru Ravidas Mandir Complex Opp New Railway Station Sector 2, Naya Nangal, Ropar India
P: 01887 221574
School of HopeCPWD Complex Near Chinmay School Vasant Vihar New Delhi 110 057 India
P: 26143853
Smt. Radhabai Jamnadas Thakkar Autistic CentreShree Manav Seva Sangh 255-257, Sion Rd., Sion (West) Mumbai-400022 India
P: 24092266
SOPANA-4 Silver Arch, Ramnagar Borivali (W) Mumbai 400 092 India
P: 022 28064443
F: 022 28864183
St. Mary’s School, AasmaanSector-19, Dwarka New Delhi 110 075 India
P: 91 11 28042487
Sunshine Centre for Autism280, 6th Cross Domlur Layout Bangalore-71 India
P: 8065360892
Umang Charitable Trust’s Umang Centre93/924 Siddhivinayak Soc. New Link Rd. Mahavir Nagar Kandivali (W) Mumbai- 400067 India
P: 28600 624
Vatsalya Special SchoolR-756 Old Rajinder Nagar New Delhi India
P: 011 25862824
We Can TrustNo 4/2 Parsn Riviera 4th Main Rd. Extn Kotturpuram, Chennai-6000085 India
P: 044 24464655

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