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TEACH SPECIAL - VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE has collaborated with INFOVIEWS COMPUTER EDUCATION to provide Computer Training skills to the children effected with AUTISM, ADHD and Learning Disabilities. Here at TEACH SPECIAL VOCATIONAL CENTRE, children are given training in Computer Graphics using PHOTOSHOP and BLENDER


We provide strong foundation in Language, Communication, General Knowledge, Basic Maths, Computers and Social & Life skills.


We provide world class 2D & 3D Graphics training to all differently abled and Special needs individuals.


We prepare Special Needs and drop out students for NIOS Exams.Special and Individual attention is given in Written Skills.


We provide Creative, Innovative vocational training skills to Differently abled, Learning disabled and Special Needs.


Types Of Learning Disabilities

TEACHSPECIAL Provides Remedial, Special, Vocational Education for Learning Disabled Individuals 

What is AUTISM?

Human brain plays major role in understanding the things which we see, smell, touch, taste and experience. But when someone's brain has trouble in understanding or interpreting these things, it can make them difficult to talk, listen, understand, play, and learn. This difficult situation in the children is known as AUTISM. This difficulty can be severe, mild or average. At AUTISM CARE CENTRE, a child is introduced to systematic learning procedures to develop child's IQ level.

What is ADHD?

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is the most common behavioural disorder encounters these days, that starts during childhood. However, people of all ages can suffer from ADHD. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) estimates that 3% to 5% of children have ADHD. Some experts, though, say ADHD may occurs in 8% to 10% of school-aged children.

It is a chronic disorder with 30 to 50 percent of those individuals diagnosed in childhood continuing to have symptoms into adult age. 

 Symptoms of Learning Difficulties?

1. Poor reading and comprehension.

2. Poor in mathematics and problem solving 

3. Poor cognition (thinking and reasoning)

4. Poor memory

5. Poor auditory processing

6. Poor visual processing

7. Lack of focus, short attention spans

8. Passive and slow to response.

9. Unable to learn on their own or complete assignments on their own


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