An autism treatment centre providing high quality education to individuals
with autism spectrum disorder and empowering them to live independently

Brace Yourself for Autism Spectrum Disorder

If you are reading this, it's clear that you are passionate about making a difference in the fields of autism spectrum disorder and other learning disabilities.

Let's talk about these neurogenic conditions. They are often misunderstood as behavioral disorders, however, in reality, they are multisensory processing and neurogenic impairments.

Have you ever noticed that a child affected with these conditions:
  • Carries out tasks you want, but lacks motivation?
  • Speaks to others, but may not understand social cues?
  • May be highly skilled but is not able to solve problems that occur in dynamic situations?

Have you filled piles of data sheets, and still felt like something is missing, as though you are looking for the missing piece in a puzzle?

We have felt it... and got to the bottom of it.

Individuals and children with autism and other neurological conditions can follow rules, carry scripted conversations, and do what they are told. But, thinking only in black and white. The ability to solve problems, to make decisions, form friendships, hold on to jobs and form perspectives is badly restricted. As a result, affected individuals look for predictability.

Therapy goes well. But then, they return to an outside world that is always in a state of flux. Consequently, 'odd', 'abnormal' or 'aggressive' behaviour is reported, when the routine is altered. They go into shells, and development is impeded.

Yet, many affected individuals may have developed the basic skills needed for activities of daily living.

It is now time for you to take it to the next level... to empower them to navigate themselves in this world successfully - through academics, friendships, relationships, marriage, jobs and life. Find out how, and learn for yourself the path to such outstanding results.

Join renowned international consultants on neurological disorders - Dr. Rachelle Sheely, Dr. Steven Gutstein (from USA), Mrs. Kamini Lakhani (from Mumbai) - and others (including parents) in a 2-day seminar on 'Finding the Missing Pieces of the Autism Puzzle'. Become more empowered, as a professional, to treat individuals and families affected with neurological disabilities. It costs just Rs. 8,500/-

Dr. Rachelle Sheely

Dr. Rachelle Sheely is the President of RDIconnect and the head of professional training and supervision. For the past fifteen years she has worked tirelessly in the development and logistical implementation of programs for families and professionals working with children, adolescents and adults with developmental disabilities. Dr. Sheely has an accomplished background in education, art, music and poetry. This allows her to inject creativity and originality into the teaching, training and management of the thousands of professionals and families she has worked with until now. With a gift for moving from observation to intuitive precision, her work extends far beyond treatment, and into the everyday moments that resonate in the lives of her clients.

Dr. Steven Gutstein

Dr. Steven Gutstein is an internationally renowned pioneer in the field of developmental disabilities. The developer of RDIconnect, he brings over twenty years of experience in treatment planning, program development, clinical expertise and education to his innovative approaches for treating at-risk children, adolescents and adults. Over the course of his career, he has trained thousands of dedicated professionals, supporting them as they work with families around the world. It is Dr. Gutstein's belief that every individual with developmental disabilities merits a second chance to realize success in a world where their choices and decisions are entirely their own.

Mrs. Kamini Lakhani

Mrs. Kamini Lakhani is passionate about the cause of Autism. Her mission is to empower families affected by Autism. She is the Founder of SAI Connections, a Center for children, adolescents and adults on the Autism Spectrum. She has been providing services in this field for the past 20 years. She is a Behavior Analyst and the RDI Director for Professional Training in India and the Middle East. She envisions a world where autistic individuals live independently, with respect and dignity. Her inspiration comes from her now adult son, who has autism.

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