AILC (Autism Intervention & Learning Center) aims to provide the methods of instructions based on techniques specifically useful for autistic children and at the same time fits in the needs of the individual child, such as making the environment more predictive for him, thus making him more independent in his working.
Autistic and other language disabled children are visual learners and mainly benefit from the structured environment which AIC aims to provide in a best possible manner so as –
- The child knows what is expected from him
- Encouraging independent work
- Reducing unwanted behaviour
- Increasing attention span
Making Home, School and Centers a Place Where Your Child Can Learn And Grow
Areas to be Focused
Mrs. Jyotsana Uttam
Consultant and Interventionist
BCaBA (Applied Behavior Analysis ) University of North Texas
and Behavior Analyst Certification Board
B.Ed., DSE (ASD) (National Institute for Autism, Delhi)
Jyotsana Uttam is the founder member of Autism Intervention and Learning Centre for Learning Difficulties. The Learning Centre works towards providing therapy to the children with autism and other learning difficulties and at the same time empowering the parent and teachers through home programmes, school support and workshops.
She worked with mainstream education for 6 to 7 years, with the active involvement in assistive learning programmes in the mainstream. Jyotsana Uttam then trained herself in teaching methods of Autism by completing her DSE (ASD) from National Institute For Autism and subsequently qualifying as BCaBA through Behavior Analyst Certification Board.