The money required for research on any particular medical condition is expensive. It can take hundreds of millions of dollars for researchers to follow through with a particular course of study. Researchers can then work off of one another while they attempt to build on possible cures and preventative offerings for medical conditions. One such condition is autism. Scientists have yet to determine what the actual cause is for autism. There is no one sign that someone will develop autism, and many are autistic without suffering any kind of trauma or other problems during the child baring process. Due to this, it often comes as a shock to parents when their child is diagnosed with autism. Sometimes this is apparent right away, other times it might not become identified for several months. Regardless though, the money required for both autism research and to help parents prepare for the condition of their child is especially expensive.
Any and all money raised for this kind of condition is very important and can go a long way. It is why Sanjay Shah has created campaign known as Autism Rocks. This is a special, invite only concert series that takes place around the world. These individual concerts are designed to raise money to go towards informing parents and providing them with the kind of financial assistance required. It can also go towards sponsoring autistic children around the world who simply do not have access to the required medical treatment they might find within the United States or if they had parents with more financial assets to assist with the condition.
Sanjay Shah sees that all of the concerts are put on by musicians who are donating their time. The musicians do not receive money for the cause but instead the money raised by patrons looking to go to the concert go to this charitable foundation. Sanjay, who has a son who suffers from autism, understands the importance of raising money in order to combat this kind of situation and to make sure children all around the world have access to the education and medical assistance available to make them more successful.