It’s a Sensory World! ‘Musical Masti’ On March 28th, 2015
Los Angeles, April 05, 2015
On March 28th, 2015, two hundred thirty citizens of the greater Los Angeles Area came together in a charity event called ‘Musical Masti’ benefiting It’s a Sensory World!. Royal Delhi Palace located in the San Fernando Valley graciously housed the event which was hosted by Vimal Kumar Sood of Farmers Insurance.
It’s a Sensory World! is a non-profit center that provides educational, recreational, and therapeutic child-centered services for children with special needs and their families. As a center they are committed to creating unique programs that bridge the gap between therapy, home, school, and mainstream recreation. They provide a sensory rich and nurturing environment to children of all abilities, including those with Autism, ADHD, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and Sensory Processing Disorders.
The evening was full of a variety of live entertainment from talented local artists who have performed all around the world. Guests were treated to live singing of Bollywood songs, to dances that showcased world culture including Latin, Middle Eastern, American, and Indian. After a delicious meal the audience participated and showed off their dance moves to a live DJ
During the night a heartfelt speech by Co-Founder of It’s a Sensory World!, Rekha Suryanarayana touched the audience as she spoke of her dream of having a place where no mother had to apologize for their child. Being a mom herself of a child with Autism she was inspired to open this center.
We provide a sensory rich and nurturing environment to children of all abilities, including those with Autism, ADHD, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and Sensory Processing Disorders. At our center they strive to reach their full potential with the help of their families and our highly experienced teachers and well trained staff.
“When we first opened in October 2007, we were the only center offering services supplemental to therapy in North Texas,” said Rekha. “ We are still the only center where parent empowerment is a central part of our mission.”
Guests left this event with a better understanding of what this center stands for and how as a guest they were able to make a huge difference in not only the lives of children that It’s a Sensory World! serves but also their families who so greatly depend on It’s a Sensory World!