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by Krishna Narayanan

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Author:
Krishna Narayanan
ISBN13:
978-0970654137
ISBN:
0970654138
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Vite Pub Co (September 1, 2003)
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This has been well portrayed in KRISHNA NARAYANAN'S "Wasted Talent" - Musings of an Autistic. The use of compu Autism is on the rise all over the world

Autism is on the rise all over the world. This has been well portrayed in KRISHNA NARAYANAN'S "Wasted Talent" - Musings of an Autistic. The use of compu Autism is on the rise all over the world. It has been attributed to environmental factors, as well as a genetic predisposition. It is characterised by the ability of the child/person to communicate effectively, leading to a deep sense of rejection and deprivation.

Books Written by Krishna Narayanan. Wasted Talent - Musings of an autistic. It starts with the chapter, 'Dream a Quality Life' for an autistic child. Krishna says the parents should ask every day, 'How can I improve my child today?'

Books Written by Krishna Narayanan. Author: Krishna Narayanan. Krishna says the parents should ask every day, 'How can I improve my child today?'

The title reflects ultimately my belief that the talent of an autistic is wasted away if it is not nurtured. An adamant Krishna refused to change the title

Soon, he was writing his autobiography and learning complicated mathematics and physics. The title reflects ultimately my belief that the talent of an autistic is wasted away if it is not nurtured. An adamant Krishna refused to change the title.

Autism is on the rise all over the world. The use of computers could be a means to channalise this frustration.

In December 1971 when Krishna was born, Jalaja Narayanan was happy to have a healthy . His first book, Wasted Talent: Musings of an Autistic, co-authored with his mother was published in 2003.

In December 1971 when Krishna was born, Jalaja Narayanan was happy to have a healthy and beautiful baby like him. Like any mother, she had several dreams for her child. I wanted him to be a great scientist. An autistic’s mind is normal, even brilliant, but the complete absence of verbal expression makes his behaviour totally misunderstood. To the world, I was weird and insane, given to funny movements with no speech. Ever since he has written several books about what it feels to be autistic. He is an avid dreamer.

Musings of an Autistic.

Reading Swami Vivekananda's lectures on Jnana Yoga and some other writings has been a great event in his life. In the following article, he has tried to present some of the Vedantic ideas of Swamiji in the context of facing chronic illness in general and autism in particular.

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In this timely book, Peter Smith challenges us to adopt a radically new understanding of effective teaching . Harnessing America's Wasted Talent is a must-read for those of us concerned about the increasing economic and education gaps in our country.

In this timely book, Peter Smith challenges us to adopt a radically new understanding of effective teaching and learning for today's students. Throughout Harnessing America's Wasted Talent, Smith defines and describes innovative thinking about the current causes for our schools' failings and discusses how these failures have profound and far-reaching social, civic, and economic consequences.

Autism is on the rise all over the world. It has been attributed to environmental factors, as well as a genetic predisposition. It is characterised by the ability of the child/person to communicate effectively, leading to a deep sense of rejection and deprivation. This has been well portrayed in KRISHNA NARAYANAN'S "Wasted Talent" - Musings of an Autistic. The use of computers could be a means to channalise this frustration. Keeping this in mind, "Inspiration" agreed to collaborate with The Anil Karanjai Memorial Trust to conduct a 7-day workshop to be conducted by Dr. Arun Mehta ,a well-known computer scientist, who has been working with other disabilities, particularly with visually & orthopaedically handicapped. When we started with this we were not sure what to expect, as such a workshop has never been held for the autistic population. Inspiration undertook to identify children/persons on different levels of the autism spectrum, from different parts of India. The boarding & lodging of participants and their escorts were also taken up by the Centre. There was a lot of enthusiasm among the children and carers, and the 7-days went off in a jiffy. One participant from Raphael Home, who had to be taken away before the completion of the workshop, due to the pre announced summer holidays, had reportedly become agitated when the parents arrived. When urged by his teacher to type out the reason for his agitation, he typed "van?" and "computer?" This was indeed an eye opener and a success! A boy from rural India and autistic too, was able to express his emotions, and desire to stay back and continue with the workshop! During these 6 days, Dr. Mehta modified a few soft wares to suit the needs of this group. The whole proceedings were filmed, and will soon be released as a movie by Mrs. Juliet Reynolds, Trustee, The Anil Karanjai Memorial Trust.