Autism is a spectrum disorder which means autistic people can have varying support needs. One third of autistic people also have a learning disability. Some autistic people will have high support needs, which may mean that they require full time care and support. Some people may need a bit of support with day to day activities, while others live fully independent lives. With the right support in place, all autistic people should be able to live the life they choose.
Autistic people can have different 'degrees' of learning disability, which can affect all aspects of their life, from studying in school to learning how to wash themselves or make a meal. Some people will be able to live fairly independently - although they may need a degree of support to achieve this - while others may require lifelong, specialist support. Some autistic people do not have accompanying learning disabilities, but may still have specific learning difficulties, such as dyslexia.
This project will solve to improve ADLs (Activities Daily Livings) to divert in Schooling, Wash Hands, Make a meal, to be independent to live life with meaning. Children needs due care & proper rehabilitation services which NDF will provide to bring them in mainstreaming life of society.
The potential Long-term impact will be that the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) will be improved. The children will become independent to live their life with some meaning & independently. The community awareness sessions will bring positive gesture/good image for children with autism that they can do in our society they can be mainstreamed if due care & Rehabilitation is provided.