ASMC provides me with an environment that allows me to 'do what I love and love what I do.' Each day at ASMC is interesting, full of learning opportunities and rewarding. Working with the neurodivergent individuals for the past 13 years has taught me to stay compassionate and humble, perceive things from a different lens, recognize individual differences and needs, be more sensitive and celebrate small joys. It is both an honor and blessing to be a part of this amazing Team and be able to create meaningful impact in the lives of so many families.
Aatrika Sarkar, Teacher
It's been an absolute honour to work with differently abled kids & young adults. The last 12 years that I have worked at ASMC has been a learning experience for me and continues to help me grow in other aspects of my life as well. Patience, compassion and dutifulness are some of the qualities that I have found myself inculcating spontaneously in my day to day life. I would like to take the opportunity of quoting a favourite line from one of the movies that I really liked " With great power comes greater responsibilities".
Aniya Choudhury, Teacher
Being a Trainee at ASMC was my first job after I completed my Masters. I've been here for 12 years now and I've learnt and grown so much! My most important learning, however, has been how to see the world differently. My students have taught me this. I look forward to IAC which is our dream project of having a safe space for adults on the spectrum.
Smita Sharma, Teacher