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Breaking down boundaries of family and kin encourages us to craft a joyful life. Inculcating a spirit of community is a powerful mechanism to change lives. We have seen the difficulties faced by families with Individuals of Disability to receive care and support. The emergence of nuclear families has made it cumbersome for parents to look to their own for help.

This problem has been made even more difficult by the absence of institutional support. It is therefore the dream of India Autism Center to create a community that can address the real problems faced by families, and we call it ‘Samaavesh’ – our Residential campus – where boundaries created are made invisible, making living life, joyful and fulfilling. ‘Samaavesh’ will have four types of programs – three of which are residential, and the other a day-care option. Each of them designed to cater to unique individual and family needs.


Full Time Supported Living for Neurodiverse Individuals – 24/7 Supported Living


This is a boarding facility where individuals with autism spectrum will live separately from their parents or families. Care and support will be administered by trained Indian Autistic Center personnel. Some of the features are:

  • Customised plan to guide day-to-day activities
  • Single / Twin sharing accommodation in a 3BHK apartment (after a case-to-case assessment)
  • Dedicated trained caregiver for each apartment ( An additional dedicated caregiver will be assigned for those who need full time attention / assistance)
  • Rooming plan based on age, gender, support needs and compatibility of individuals

Family Homes and Daycare – Family Housing and Daytime Support


A facility where families who have a neurodiverse member can move in to the Campus and make it their home. Neurodiverse members of the family will attend daycare services and return home at the end of the day.

  • Five Housing options – 3 apartment options and 2 row house options (made only on request)
  • Customised plan and access to all facilities
  • Family members can avail employment opportunities on Campus as well as daily lifestyle and primary healthcare services

Daycare – Daytime Support


Neurodiverse individuals can travel to Campus on a daily / regular basis, and avail of services as per requirement.

  • Open to all age groups
  • Access to all facilities within 6-8 hours of daytime
  • Intervention Services, Vocational Training and Academic Learning subject to specific individual needs

About HeroIAC Austim Center

Digital Platform

“Sanjog” Our Digital initiative and platform would be breaking free from Physical barriers and achieveing global outreach through Digital means. It will be a scalable venture for interactions, Discussions, consultations research, Medicines, Products,specialized for the neurodiverse community.

IAC will be joining the dots

IAC will be joining the dots

Care for the Neurodiverse Community

Creating an Impact

IAC Creating an Impact

Categories of Professionals

  • Psychologist
  • Clinical Psychologist
  • Speech and Language Therapist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Sensory Therapist
  • BCBA
  • Physical therapist/ Physiotherapist
  • Play Therapist
  • Dance, drama, and music Therapists
Child Specialists
Child Specialists
  • Child Psychiatrist
  • Pediatric Neurologist
  • Pediatrician
Specialists in Allied Services
Specialists in Allied Services
  • Neurologist
  • General Physician
  • Audiologist
  • Dentist
  • Ophthalmologist
  • Gastroenterologist
  • Nutritionist
  • Ayurveda
  • Yoga
  • Homoeopathy
  • School Counselor
  • Endocrinologist
Care Providers
Care Providers
  • Aayas/ Domestic care workers
  • Nurses

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Training Academy

The Training academy aims at ceating a professional ecosystem of care and support , where knowledge and skills grow and expand. After Parents , Domestic workers and informal sector employees are the ones who spend the most time with individuals with intelletual and developmental dissabilities. they form the backbone of direct support workforce. while they garner thier knowledge of the subject on the job, our experience and insights tells us that they can be improved further so that they are equiped to deliver proper care and service.

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Training Academy Mission

IAC Vision
For Residential Campus
Develop a Qualified Workforce for IAC’S Residential Campus.
IAC Ongoing Projects
For Digital Platform
Quality Professionals by Providing World-Class Training in Autism Care. For the Rest of the Country.
IAC Past Projects
Make Them Employment Ready to Serve the Community.

Courses Made in Partnership with Prior’s Court

Levels of Courses Made in Partnership with Prior's Court
Levels of Courses Made in Partnership with Prior's Court

Training Academy Key Features

IAC University Courses

Designed for upgrading the quality of care for the neurodiverse community.

IAC University Courses

Care for the Neurodiverse Community

Key Features

Training Academy Key Features
Training Academy Key Features

IAC Training Academy Vision