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A4 – Autism & Aspergers Advocacy Australia
Formed in response to the growing demand from people with autism spectrum condition and their families who wish to have a more direct involvement in raising the profile of autism-related issues with the decision-makers, to government and the media.The aim of the advocacy organisation is to provide a voice on a national and a state and territory level for individuals and groups across Australia.
Action for Autism (India)
The pioneering, national, non-profit parent organisation of India. We provide support and services to persons with autism and those who work with them in South Asia.
APADEA – Asociación Argentina de Padres de Autistas (Argentina)
Promover la protección de la persona autista y el mejoramiento de su calidad de vida y su bienestar sin discriminar religiones, ideas políticas o razas; ayudar, asesorar e informar a los padres y las familias de las personas autistas.
Asociación Chilena de padres y amigos de los Autistas – ASPAUT (Chile)
La asociación está formada por padres y familiares de personas autistas quienes adquieren la calidad de socios activos al incorporarse a la organización y deben conocer los estatutos de la misma y hacerse parte de los derechos y obligaciones que les competen.
Associação de Amigos do Autista – AMA (São Paulo, Brazil)
The first Brazilian association created by parents of autistic people to provide an education and a future to them. With this site we intend to help people who have to deal with the autism disorder.
Australian Advisory Board on Autism Spectrum Disorders
The focus of the Advisory Board is working with governments to develop appropriate policies for people who have an autism spectrum condition, their families and carers, disseminating information about ASDs and working with the Australian ASD community to build skills.
Autism Association of Southern Australia
To actively promote the acceptance of people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and to provide services throughout South Australia to enable them and their families to be an integral part of the community.
Autism Awareness, Care, Training – AACT (Ghana)
AACT is a local support and education centre for children with autism that was founded in 1998 by Mrs. Serwah Quaynor, a mother of a child with autism. Since creating the Centre, Mrs. Quaynor has worked tirelessly to help parents of children with autism in Ghana to understand better the disability and to feel that there is a safe place to go for support and help.
The only active autism organization in Nepal that is run by passionate parents that care for children with autism. We provide support and information services to persons with autism and people who work with these children in Nepal.
Autism New Zealand Inc.
Provides support, training, advocacy, resources and information on autism spectrum disorders including Asperger syndrome. Our members include those who have these conditions, their family/whanau, caregivers and professionals working with them.
Autism Resource Centre (Singapore)
ARC(S) aims to highlight the needs of ASD individuals and to increase understanding and awareness of autism in our community. We have adopted a coordinated, multi-agency approach in serving people with autism spectrum disorders and this can be found in the services ARC(S) offers.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) New Zealand
This website brings together information about ASD for two groups of people: Recognisers and Referrers.
Autism Society Philippines
A national, non-stock, non-profit organization of parents, professionals and institutions dedicated to the education and well-being of children and adults with autism.
Autism South Africa
The National Body for people with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) in South Africa. This body is made up of the regional bodies that are currently providing facilities for children and adults with ASD in South Africa, and are affiliated to Autism South Africa.
Autism Queensland (Australia)
As the peak provider in Queensland of services to children and adults with ASD and to their families, Autism Queensland draws on expertise gained during its 40 year history.
Autism Victoria (Australia)
The peak body for Autism Spectrum Disorders in the state of Victoria. Our aim is to improve the quality of life for people affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders, their family and carers. We also provide a range of services to individuals and agencies with an interest in Autism Spectrum Disorders, including Asperger Syndrome and PDD-NOS.
Autism Welfare Foundation Bangladesh
A non-profitable, non-government, voluntary welfare organization aiming to train and educate the autistic children to perform their maximum strengths and interests and making them able to support themselves.
Autism Western Cape (South Africa)
Autism Western Cape was previously known as the Society for Autistic Children Western Cape and was founded in 1967. Autism Western Cape is affiliated to Autism South Africa (ASA), Western Cape Directors Forum, Western Cape Forum for Intellectual Disability, PACSEN and Western Cape Forum for Inclusive Education.
Bahrain Society for Children with Behavioral and Communication Difficulties (Bahrain)
Promotes lifelong access and opportunity for all individuals with the behavioral and communication difficulties, and their families, to be fully participating, included members of their community. Education, active public awareness and the promotion of research form the cornerstones of the society’s efforts to carry forth its mission.
Cloud 9 Children’s Foundation (New Zealand)
We are a support oganisation that works on both the national and regional level in New Zealand to help out children and teenagers who have Asperger’s Syndrome. We also aim to assist those who help people with Asperger’s Syndrome such as the person’s family and carers, teachers and professionals.
The website of author Donna Williams who has autism. There are articles, Donna’s blog and much more.
Dubai Autism Center (UAE)
The Center’s mission is to successfully integrate children with Autism into the community through our holistic approach to intervention and therapies, together with our focused efforts to create social awareness about Autism.
Helping to Grow
Australian based company which carries software for teaching children with disabilities including autism.
Himalayan Heart Australia Inc.
A Not For Profit organisation supporting children with Autism and intellectual disabilities in Nepal. Our mission is to provide education, therapy and skills for children with Autism and intellectual disabilities in Nepal. Our aim is to enable them to access the communities they live in, as well as provide support to their families to help them enhance the lives of their children. We also aim to increase awareness and understanding of these disabilities in their local community.
I.R.I.S – Institute for Remedial Intervention Services (India)
A private resource center dedicated to promoting the cause of autism and related disabilities in India.
International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication – ISAAC, its 14 Chapters and members in over 50 countries around the world share a vision that. ISAAC will be recognized, valued and used throughout the world. ISAAC undertakes projects and creates information resources that will have an impact on people everywhere who are unable to speak.
Kuwait Center for Autism
Examines all International theories and philosophies of Autism Centers worldwide and maintains contact with all Arab and Foreign universities and Institutes which deal with Autism training programs. We adapt a philosophy that includes international theories and graft them by Islamic tinting and ensuring the Kuwaiti personality.
The Learning Resource Centre – LRC (Cairo, Egypt)
The LRC is an independent diagnostic and therapeutic unit, internationally recognized for providing an experienced and comprehensive multi disciplinary assessment and on going management service for children, adolescents and a limited number of adults. At the LRC, we have served around 150 families per year.
Motse Wa Badiri Camphill – Botswana
A person should have the opportunity to realize his potential. In practice this means being able to offer individualized programmes that help to counterbalance the limitations caused by disabilities. These programmes can, potentially, be very broad including accommodation & board, social support, medical and therapeutic support, life skills training, vocational training and employment; or they can be as basic as offering a job that gives reasonable remuneration.
Nigerian Autistic Society
Made up of parents, friends, professionals and students dedicated to the education and welfare of autistic people and to raise the visibility of autism and broadens services for individuals who have autism and related disorders of communication and behaviours in Nigeria.
Parent to Parent (New Zealand)
Parent to Parent is a support and information network for parents of children with special needs. Support is provided voluntarily by Trained Support Parents who have a child with the same or similar needs.
Raising Children Network – Autism Spectrum Disorder (Australia)
An Australian website that has information about autism, therapies, services and a parent forum.
Seri Mengasih Centre (Malaysia)
A special developmental centre located in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia providing a comprehensive range of training programmes for the intellectually and developmentally disabled and services for their families.
Singhania Children’s Clinic (Dubai, UAE)
Dr. Singhania is a Neurodevelopmental Paediatrician (Specialist Paediatrician) who is running her own children’s clinic in Dubai since last ten years. The clinic deals with children suffering from behaviour problems, educational difficulties like autism, ADHD and ADD. Assessment and management of these problems are offered at the clinic.
Training, education, and resources for autism in Brunei.
La misión de SOVENIA es promover que las personas con autismo y sus familias puedan participar como miembros activos de sus comunidades, a través de la difusión y defensa de sus derechos, y de la educación e investigación científica relacionada con los trabajos del espectro autista.
Stars and Rain China
China’s first non-governmental educational organization dedicated to serving children with autism.
Tomorrow’s Voices – Bermuda Autism Early Intervention Centre
Designed to meet the individual needs of children who are diagnosed with Autism or on the Autism Spectrum between the ages of 2 and 21 years of age.
In this site you will find resources, information on Tony Attwood’s presentation schedule, messages and issues related to Asperger’s Syndrome, and papers he has written on related topics.