On the occasion of World Autism Awareness Day, more than 40 special children presented a colourful cultural evening at Albert Hall in Jaipur. As a symbol of Autism the Albert Hall was lit up blue for the event. The programme was organised by the Department of Archaeology and Museums, Government of Rajasthan, in association with ‘D’Nudge’ Sansthan.
Special children from various organizations presented spellbinding musical and dance performances. Children of ‘Angels@work’ performed short skit called ‘Kuch Toh Log Kahenge’ which gave the message on women empowerment. After this, the children from ‘Aura’ presented an energetic group dance performance. Other than the special children, students of Ryan’s International School also performed on the occasion. The enthralling performances of these special children proved that with the appropriate guidance and love they can move ahead in the society.
Founder of ‘D’Nudge’, Ms. Rewa Sudeep said that other than the general public there is also a significant need to make the parents aware of the symptoms of this disorder so that they may be able to identify the signs as quickly as possible and guide their children accordingly. Coordinator, ‘D’Nudge’, Ms. Nisha Sharma said that in order to provide the right opportunities to these children there is a need for the society to understand and help them.