Events at Bubbles

Bubbles Outing, April 2010

Bubbles Fest

Bubbles Fest is an event that takes place towards the end of the academic year in Bubbles. This is usually held in the 1st week of March. Last year, the children were shown video clippings educating them about Japan, India, Egypt and Africa. When the children were watching the video on Japan, there were so excited on seeing the MRTs and the robots, that we were covinced that Sarbani was right, the video has to be made in a manner that is visually appealing, if the autistic children are to take notice. We were to present Egypt to the children and being the typical IT professionals, we had a powerpoint presentation lined up. Thats when we realised that we had to get a video showcasing Egypt and rushed off to youtube for help:)

After the children got a feel about the 4 countries, they had to then do crafts that belonged to that country. This was followed up by a stage performance with the children dancing away to Khaled's Didi :)

The activities that are conducted ensure that the children are involved and most importantly that they enjoy what they do:)

Other Festivities:

Children's Day, Onam, Sankranthi, Diwali, Christmas, Ugadi...all the festivals are celebrated in Bubbles. Can you imagine the amount

of fun the children have when they get to shred thermacole to create snow for the Christmas Day Crib or creating floral patterns for Onam:)

But every other festival or occasion is celebrated with such vigour, fun and creativity, that you actually begin to feel that Oh my God, How I wish I had thought of this idea or that craft activity or that game or that dance activity.


Every year, the children with their families are taken to outings. And the pictures speak for themselves:)


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Bubbles Learning Centre For Autism

The intent of creating an online space for Bubbles Learning Centre is to target a wider audience and to help autistic children reach us at a much earlier stage.

There are very few schools in Bangalore who cater to children with autism. We have very specific programs addressing each of their deficits in skills such as language and communication, play and social skills.

Apart from this, we run an early intervention programme where in skill training is given with a holistic approach.

In Bubbles, we ensure that the student-teacher ratio is small, typically around 1:2.

We lay emphasis on the overall development of the child and enable them to lead independent lives.

Parent empowerment, family counselling, training and their involvement is given major priority in the training process.

The purpose of the counselling sessions is to promote the physical, emotional, spiritual, social and economic well-being of families. The intent is to help the parents understand the full potential of their children and in training the children to achieve the same.