List of National Resources - Albania
|Fondacioni Fëmijët Shqiptarë||Albanian Children Foundation is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization whose mission is to create humanitarian opportunities for healthy growth of sick children, those with special physical and social needs, orphans; elderly, needy families and parents with many children. Within the population they support are children with autism spectrum disorders, children with thalassemia, sick children with a serious and incurable diagnosis, children with social problems.
Rr. “Deshmoret and 4 Shkurtit”
Pallati nr. 30 pas Carlsberg restaurant Tirana, Albania P.O.Box 8285 Tel/Fax: + 35542270663; Mob: + 355686027771 E-mail: email@example.com
|Autism Connect||Autism Connect provides easy access to a community of parents, professionals, resources, and treatment options. Among its services is ABA, occupational and speech therapy, stem cell therapy, complementary treatments, medical management, diet and nutrition, and hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Rr. Teli Ndini, no. 19 Tirana, Albania
|Regional Center for Autism (RCA)||RCA offers a package of health, educational and social activities and services for autistic children and their families. The center offers treatment, rehabilitation, education, support services, promotes the healthy physical, psycho-emotional and social development of children with special needs.|
|Të gjitha të drejtat e rezervuara||ISHP, as a National Center in the field of public health, consists of the development and implementation of prevention and control of diseases, injuries, disabilities and environmental factors harmful to health, and the development and implementation of health promotion.|
|LR Global Kids Fund e.V||It promotes a wide range of different activities that are specially adapted to the needs of children. This includes speech therapy for children suffering from autism. It also supports language courses, helps with the payment of preschool fees and finances specific medical care for malnourished children. Leisure activities during the summer months and small excursions are also made possible by the LR Global Kids Fund e. v|
|Lindja e Diellit Association||Rr. Teli Ndini, no 19, Tirana, Albania
Albania P: 355 4 377 409
F: 355 4 347 47
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