Sanjay Shah’s Autism Organizatiion

Sanjay Shah is not only a successful individual who has made countless headlines in the world of business, but Mr. Shah is also a dedicated philanthropist. Mr. Shsh is a dedicated individual who has used this trait countless times to build his current investment firm known as Solo Capital. Solo Capital is specifically an investment firm that offers top quality investment solutions to clients from all over the world. These solutions vary based upon each and every client and encourage a successful partnership through Solo Capital. Building this investment firm to because one of the most successful investment firms in the world has demonstrated Mr. Shah’s true quality of dedication towards everything that he is involved in.

In addition to his current success with Solo Capital, Sanjay Shah is also the proud founder of Autism Rocks, a foundation that was founded in 2014 for the purpose of increasing awareness and also education of the diagnosis of autism. This foundation was started specifically after Mr. Shah’s young son of four was diagnosed with autism. This organization was started by Mr. Shah not to cure autism, but instead to understand autism more and to help parents build an even better relationship with their children.

With Autism Rocks, Sanjay Shah has combined his and his family’s love for music with this organizations. This London-based organization has hosted countless events within the past two years that has featured a number of international celebrities who also believe it is important to further the research of autism. As an individual who has a son with autism, Mr. Shah is doing everything that he can in order to understand what is son has and understand how his son processes information. Thanks to Mr. Shah and his love for his son, Autism Rocks has already donated thousands of dollars to further research development.

Through research, it has been found that autism is more common than one would think. It has been found that one in 68 children is diagnosed with autism. In addition to this statistic. it was also found that the diagnosis is most common among boys than with girls. By 2012, the overall diagnosis given of autism has increased to 30 percent has the overall awareness has also increased. Though Sanjay Shah has no intention of changing his son, he only wants to understand the disease more to further his relationship with his son as well as his wife.

 

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