Sanjay Shah Is Actively Seeking To Help Improve Treatment Of Autism

Recently a GoFundme campaign was started by Sanjay Shah for a benefit known as Autism Rocks. It is not a celebration of autisim, and it is striving to fund new medical research about the affliction a lot of children and their parents have to deal with. In 2014, an invite only concert was held to raise money for the affliction. There were many notable artists who were kind enough to lend their time, support and talent to the effort. The artists of note were Drake, Michael Buble and Lenny Kravitz among many others. All of the funds raised will be going towards research, and there are currently 15 long-term research projects underway to help progress in the treatment of autism according to the GoFundMe. No loving parent wants to change their child, but they do want to improve the quality of life of their child and better understand the problem. Any help with the project would be appreciated.

Sanjay Shah lives in the United Kingdom, and he has a little boy with autism. He began the Autism Rocks charity out of the love for his son and the understanding of other parents and children having to deal with autism in the home. When he was told his son had autism, he had the same reaction any loving father would have. Sanjay Shah simply wanted to know how to fix his son’s problems. He was informed there was no fixing autism, and he had to living with it. This was something he accepted, but he wasn’t satisfied with simply doing nothing. He wanted to better understand his son’s condition.

Sanjay Shah is no ordinary father though. He is a millionaire. He has a about 39 different companies spanning the globe, and he is best known in the world of business for being the CEO of Solo Capital. He also owns the company over Solo Capital, Solo Group Holdings. At one time, Sanjay Shah sat on the board of Varengold Bank, but he chose to resign after four years. The most important company to him is Autism Rocks, which actively seeks research concerning the affliction of autism.