What is Pragnya? 

The Sanskrit word प्रज्ञ (Pragñya) means - knowing or familiar with, true or transcendental wisdom, awareness, mentality, understanding, discrimination, knowledge.  

PRAGNYA - which literally means “Awareness” was born to help find answers and solutions to the maze, the puzzle that is Autism and help not only children on the Autism spectrum acclimatize to regular / "normal" society but also to acculturate mainstream society to the phenomenon that is Autism.   Through a concerted and collaborative effort, PRAGNYA helps children on the Autism spectrum get a fighting chance at life, through the development of academic augmentation and social immersion programs.

PRAGNYA also works with neuro-typical children and adults to help create awareness among them on how to work and communicate with individuals on the Autism spectrum.  Using the revolutionary concept of positive peer pressure, PRAGNYA helps children on the spectrum acculturate to the expectations of mainstream society, while developing the “model” ideals in their neuro-typical peers who are helping them through modeling good behavior.