Suman Autism Centre

SUMAN SARAF

FOUNDER
Madhav Autism Foundation & Suman Autism Centre

Suman is the mother of Madhav was diagnosed with infantile spasm at the age of 9 months. Later he became severely epileptic and autistic. It was her challenge to fight autism to make her son Madhav capable to stand on his legs and do something for his own life.

Suman tried to go till the depth of autism and also researched a lot in this field. She did various courses such as physiotherapy (Topped) a special educator for MR children (passed with distinction); She did the Behaviour Modification course from NIHM, Sibling training course (MIHM), ISAA from NIMH and BRAIN GYM. She researched a lot on the diet of autistic and other special needs children and she says that these children can be cured fifty percent by diet only by her experience. Now, Madhav is in 10th Board and doing best in his life by her dedication.

She has also learnt many healing techniques such as Reiki, Dowsing, Magnified Healing, Access Bars consciousness, Crystal Healing and others about which she says that these techniques help to calm down the autistic children. At present, she is pursuing her M.A. (Psychology).Suman was also certified by the Ministry of Ayush on world yoga day as  a Yoga therapist.

Children’s Day Celebration, Madhav Autism Foundation 2021 Award’s

Mr. Anoop Kumar

ED, Power Grid Corporation of India

Dr. Sundeep lakhtakia

MD MNAMS DM FASGE FACG
Director – endoscopy & EUS
Senior consultant gastroenterologist
President-elect, SGEI

On right, Mr. Jagdishwar, IAS

Retd  principal secretary, in disability department, telangana govt.
Dr. Lokesh lingappa
Pediatric neurologist Rainbow hospital
On right,
Padma Sri Mohammad ali,
In the invitation its given by
MR. Ramesh Bung
Chairman – The A.P. Mahesh cooperative urban bank

Mr. Anjani kumar agrawal

Owner agrawal packers and movers owner DRS public school president agrawal samaj telangana

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Our Services

Physiotherapy

Speech Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Bemer Therapy

Sibling Training

Special Education

Nutrition & Guide

Psychological Assessment

Early Intervention

Reiki

Vocational Training

Brain Gym

Sound Healing

Our Suman Autism Centre. Our Family. Our Community

MADHAV AUTISM FOUNDATION is a non-profit organization registered under society Act of Telangana State with registration no TSMSAA02711833 MAF was founded on 2nd April 2017(Sunday) on the eve of World Autism Awareness Day.

The main brain behind MAF is Suman Saraf. Justice B. Subhshan Reddy (Hon retd. Chief Justice of Madras and Kerala High Courts, Hon retd.chairman of AP. State Human Rights Commission and Hon retd.Lokayukta of A.P. and Telangana) inaugurated MAF in the presence of Dr. Sandeep Lakhtakia(Sr. gastroenterologist in AIG Hyd), Dr. Mohan Gupta (President of Indian Medical Association Hyd), Dr. Bajrang Singh (Pediatrician), Dr. Satish(Diabetologist), Dr. Vijay Bhaskar Reddy (Orthopedic & President awarded), autic children, their parents and other important personalities.

About Autism

What is Autism?

Autism is not a disease, it is a severe developmental disorder due to which children are unable to communicate and interact with others. Physically almost all autistic children look normal but appear at birth or can be seen at the age of 9-10 months.

Type of Autism

– Mild

– Moderate

– Severe

Signs & Symtoms of Autism

1. Poor eye to eye contact.
2. Hand Flopping
3. Don’t respond to name when called.
4. Lacks Communication
5. Lives aloof
6. Speech Delayed
7. Repetitive Behaviours
8. Hyperactivity/ restlessness
9. Tip Toe Walking
10. W-sitting
11. Hand Flopping
12. Lacks Social Smile
13. Do not reach out to other persons
14. Inability to relate to people
15. Engage in solitary and repetitive play activities
16. Do not maintain a peer relationship
17. Inappropriate emotional response
18. Lacks fear of danger
19. Acquired speech and lost it
20. Difficulty in using non-verbal language or gestures to communicate


21. Engage in echolalia speech
22. Produce infantile squeals or unusual noises
23. Unable to initiate or sustain a conversation with others
24. Use meaningless words
25. Use pronoun reversals
26. Show attachment to an inanimate object
27. Throw temper tantrums
28. State into space for long periods of time
29. Difficulty in tracking objects
30. Unusually sensitive to sensory stimulate(light, sound, touch)
31. Insists on sameness
32. Insensitive to pain
33. Respond to objects unusually by smelling, touching, or tasting
34. Inconsistent attention and concent
35. Delayed responsive time.
36. Unusual memory
37. Savant ability (special ability)

May be the Causes of Autism

    There is not a single cause for autism but according to the researches it has been noted that below things may be the cause of autism 

    • Anaethesia

    • GMO

    • P Pls

    • Pesticides

    • EMF (like excesive usage of Mobile, Wifi, Laptop, Tablets, Etc

    • Sugars / Refined carbohyderates 

    • Medication

    • Antibiotics / Gut bacteria disruption

    • Metal’s like mercury, lead, aluminum etc

    • Food addictives

    • Artificial blue led lights

    • Protine pump inhibitor 
    • Hormone and steroids medications
    • Pesticides / Herbicides 
    • Asthema steroid medication
    • More used of phenyls, Perfumes, Deo’s Etc
    • Birth control pills hormones
    • Cosmetics 
    • Processed foods
    • Personal care products
    • Dental Practices 

    Sensory prospective of early signs of autism

    1. Picky eaters
    2. Gags with certain textures or smells
    3. Doesnt responed on name or poorly responeds
    4. Poor command following
    5. Self stimulating behaviours such as head banging or rocking that interfere with Social interactions for play, may injure self.)
    6. Too much off flight or fright response to unexpected sensory input.
    7. Less or high therehold to the pain
    8. Seeking so much of sensation like looking at lights, spinning objects, moving around, getting exited and floping, making sounds.
    9. Poor tracking the objects and people around.

    Medical Literature on autism

    1. Neuro inflammation
    2. Environmental Factors
    3. Alteration of Intestinal barriers in patients with ASD
    4. Impaired detoxification mechanism
    5. Worst frequently occurring medical disorders
    6. Makers of oxidative stress immune dysregulation and behaviours
    7. Brain auto antibodies in autism
    8. Dysregulated innate immune responses
    9. Metabolic pathology

    Motor skills

    Skill Acquisition:

    • Skill acquisition is how we learn and perform skills.
    • Skill acquisition is a sub discipline of the exercise and sport sciences. It is primarily concerned with acquiring developing and enhancing skilled performance

    What is Motor Skills?

    • A motor or movement skill is an activity that involves voluntary muscular movement with the correct degree of muscular control.
    • Skill can be define as “A learned co-ordinated activity which achieve a goal”

    Gross Fine Motor Skills / Muscular involvement Continuum

    • Fine Motor Skills: Fine or Gross skills are classified based on the amount of movement required to complete skills

    Fine motor skills requires greater precision in the control of small muscles, such as in writing, throwing a dart, drawing a sewing

    • Gross Motor Skills: Gross motor skills involves moment of large parts of the body or of the whole body. They also require less precision, E.g. Doing a somersault or tackling in football

     

    Open and Closed Motor Skills? / Environmental Influences Continuum 

    • Open Skills: An open skill is performed in an unpredictable environment object or context is changing E.g. location of defenders or flight of a ball performer must response movement must be adopted 

    Example include: Net Ball, Football & Rugby

    • Closed Skills: A closed motor skill is performed in a highly predictable environment the performer has:
    • Full control of timing of the movements
    • They can initiate action when they are ready
    • Don’t have to consider environmental changes , such as the position of the opponent E.g. Golf , Diving, Gymnastics , Free Throw

    Discrete, Continuous and Serial Skills / Continuity Continuum

    • Discrete Skills: Distinct start and end skill can be repeated but performer start again

    Example: Throwing a ball, kicking a football or swinging a bat

    • Continuous Skills: Continuous is motor skills that bring together ‘Discrete Skills’ in a repetitive movement , no obvious beginning / end & can for as long as the performer wishes

    Examples: Walking, Running, Cycling or Swimming.

    • Serial Skill: Serial skills are discrete skills linked together a movement sequence or movement pattern. The order of elements is important.

    Examples include a gymnastics routine or dribbling a basketball.

    Self Internally and Externally Paced / Pacing Continuum

    • Self internally paced: The performer controls as follows
    • The speed the skill is performed at
    • The timing and rate
    • Examples include high jump, pitching, bowling etc.
    • Externally Paced: The performer does not control the rate/speed often involves the reaction of the performer E.g. Receiving pass or pitch, catching

     

    Simple and Highly Complex Skill / Complexity Continuum

    • Simple Skill:
    • Small amount of information to be processed
    • Few decisions to be made
    • Examples: Swimming, Running, Skipping
    • Complex Skill:
    • Large amounts of information to be processed
    • A number of decisions to be made quickly
    • High number of sub routines that are co-ordinated
    • Performed quickly & accurately E.g. Tennis serve. 

    We are specialised in:

    • Diet & Nutrition
    • Hyperactivity
    • Behaviour therapy
    • Autism
    • ADHD
    • ASD
    • PDD
    • Poor & Gross motor skills.

    TIBETAN SINGING BOWLES THERAPY 

    It helps in reducing anxiety increases attention & concentration makes
    there calm and focused

    • Improves circulation
    • Magnified healing
    • Dowsing
    • Reiki
    • Crystal healings
    • Access bars consciousness

    MULTIPLE THERAPIES

    • We use multiple approaches to help the special needs children.
    • Spiritual approach
    • Latest technologies
    • Diet & Nutrition

    (50% problems and behaviour of these children can be manage by diet & nutrition). 

    DIFFERENT TYPES OF THERAPIES:

    • Physiotherapy
    • Occupational therapy
    • Brain exercises is helpful in connecting left and right hemisphere of brain
    • Oral placement therapy
    • Brain GYM
    • Music therapy
    • Speech and language therapy
    • Visual therapy
    • Early InterVision
    • Hydro therapy
    • Special education
    • Psychological assessment
    • Sibling training
    • Behaviour therapy
    • Vocational training
    • ISAA – (Indian scale for the assessment of autism)
    • Healings

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Suman Autism Centre

    The Autism Society envisions individuals and families living with autism are able to maximize their quality of life, are treated with the highest level of dignity, and live in a society in which their talents and skills are appreciated and valued.