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New Free Autism Helpline No. in India: 9100 181 181

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Autism is spreading at an epidemic rate with more than 3 crore autistic children/people out there currently, as per WHO. Autism Spectrum Disorder is a life-long Neurological and Psychological disorder that has been around for 104 years. Modern science has still been unable to establish a root cause or reason for Autism, leaving this disorder with no known medicine or cure.

Autism symptoms can be identfied as early as 12-14 months age in most autistic children. People suffering with Autism usually face issues such as Sensorial malfunction, Cognital developmental delays, Speech delays, resulting them withdraw from society. Depending on others even for their day to day life, not being self-sufficient, is leading to untimely deaths within 17-32 years; as per the research of University of Wisconsin.

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Parents, Family members of autistic children can now dial India’s National Autism Helpline 9100 181 181 to get free professional guidance, assistance on Autism. They can receive free professional advice from expert Doctors or Therapists regarding their children’s physical growth, behavioral and developmental changes, health-wellness issues and find useful solutions to manage them. This would help lives of autistic kids better with further inclusion in schools and society at large.

Through qualitative, integrated therapies such as Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, ABA/ Behavioral Therapy, Special Education, Hydro Therapy, Yoga Therapy, Dance Therapy, Music Therapy; one can impart the skills of holding up sensorial break-downs, Life skills to be able to stand upon their own feet and carry-on to have their own life and even stand a chance to have family further. 

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The helpline has been launched by Pinnacle Blooms Network to establish a one-stop communication centre for autism-related inquiries in the country.

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