Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by impaired social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication, and restricted and repetitive behavior. Parents usually notice signs in the first two years of their child’s life.The signs typically develop gradually, but some children with autism will reach their developmental milestones at a normal pace and then regress. In order to develop awareness about Autism and explore the ways to deal with it, a workshop regarding Autism was held at the Rukhsana Foundation. It was conducted by Mr. Mansur Choudry who is the Director of Autism Clinic, at Special Care, a NAEYC accredited facility in Oklahoma city USA, which enrolls 135 children, of which 2/3rd are with special needs. Mansur was visiting Pakistan in December 2014 and graciously accepted an invitation extended by the Foundation to hold this workshop. Mansur holds a Degree in Mechanical Engineering, MBA and Masters in Special Education from University of Central Oklahoma and is a BCBA (Board certified Behavior Analyst). He is also teaching in the Special Education Department at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond. Presently he is working on his Ph.D. at Oklahoma State University. He is a member of NAEYC, Ex-Vice President Early Childhood Association of Oklahoma, Council of Exceptional Children and Autism Society of America. He is also the Trainer for the First Start and the Master Consultant/Educator with the Council of Early Childhood and Professional Development. He was recognized at the Oklahoma Autism Statewide Conference in 2011 and awarded “The Excellence in Autism Award” in the State of Oklahoma. He conducts workshops all over the state and other countries to make people aware of different disabilities especially autism. Mansur has worked and traveled extensively abroad and is well aware of different cultures, beliefs and religions. This workshop will go a long way in making the participants aware about Autism and how to deal with the respective cases suffering from it. They will be able to identify it and provide special care that these cases require.