Social contact is significantly impacted by autism in both children and their families. They are pushed into seclusion by their dread of judgment. IGC is a business with a social mission that promotes inclusiveness.
For both parents and children on the autism spectrum, we wish to host sessions and exchange blogs and films. The parents will have the opportunity to interact with other parents who are facing comparable difficulties thanks to this. The children will have a space to learn and engage in fun activities in a welcoming setting that supports their growth. Sports, creative endeavors, music, and outdoor pastimes would all fall under this category. There will be group discussions and Zoom meetings where parents seeking solutions can receive professional help. Everyone on the spectrum now has a place to feel accepted and express their difficulties. It becomes quite frustrating for parents and kids who frequently waste valuable time due to the limited resources and lengthy waiting lists. They won’t feel helpless and isolated if there are resources available to them while they wait. Their quality of life and mental health significantly improve as a result.
Through this project, families of children with ASD will be able to connect and share experiences. They will feel included and have the chance to discuss their difficulties. Because other parents are often judgmental and intolerant, the majority of families avoid being near other families out of fear of being criticized. It is detrimental for kids who struggle with socialization and communication to be excluded. If they are not assisted, how can they benefit society or develop into capable citizens? We desperately need to organize workshops and other events for kids with ASD so they have a greater opportunity of making friends and participate in society. Additionally, they ought to have access to a setting where they can express themselves and engage in polite, comfortable enjoyment. Although more ASD cases are being identified, the assistance provided is staying the same. Many families are left frustrated and without assistance as a result.
ISHKAMA is an organization that offers individualized services for mental wellness. We provide a variety of classes, workshops, and one-on-one therapy sessions that are intended to assist people dealing with mental health issues and busy lifestyles.
We provide treatments and educational programs aimed at promoting mental wellness using the greatest psychological techniques.
IGC is an effort to spread awareness and include people with all backgrounds and requirements. We value diversity and are open to all people, including those who might be disabled.
Since autism is on the rise, we would like to provide our assistance to families who are having trouble receiving a diagnosis, finding a therapist, or even just finding someone to talk to. We would like to provide our services to help raise awareness, which will lead to the acceptance and inclusion of people with autism. The project head of Ishkama Global CIC is a mother of an autistic child, and the organization has a highly skilled workforce. She has published more than ten scholarly articles in journals from around the world. She also has a Diploma in Biotechnology, an MPhil in Biochemistry, and a CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Autism, among many other credentials.
With this group, we will have a collection of families that will collaborate to identify problems and exchange personal narratives. We will promote inclusiveness and raise awareness of autism by holding family-friendly events and gatherings for the group. It is challenging to satisfy everyone’s needs given the growing population. We want to have a small impact on a few people’s lives.