Learning - Special Needs | 3-18 yrs

Famous Autistic People Who Overcame All Odds

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Your limitations don't define you. What you do about them, does. This holds true for all children, including ones with special needs.

According to a recent report, one in 68 children in India is diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Having a child diagnosed with this disorder is not the end of the road but the beginning of a beautiful journey.

Share this ClipBook with your child to inspire him to always aim higher.

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