Armenian Republic

List of National Resources - Armenian Republic

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Armenian Autism Outreach Project Inc.A non-profit organization that seeks to raise awareness of autism in the Armenian-American community by providing information on how it is diagnosed, best practices in autism education and treatment, and a resource guide created by families. AAOP's outreach activities include school outreach, teacher seminars, parent informational meetings, television programs; newspaper articles, parent and sibling support groups, social events and more.
Autism National FoundationThe foundation provides assistance through the exchange of information and counseling to their families, as well as awareness to society with the purpose of supporting educational, vocational and employment needs of children, adolescents and adults with autism by carrying out activities aimed at improving the quality of life and inclusion of people with autism in society.
INTERNATIONAL CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERICDC provides intensive, individualized services, following the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA). The intent of the International Child Development Center is to help students develop the qualities of mind, heart and body that will enable them to function effectively in life, meeting life's everyday and extraordinary challenges and integrating into the fabric of the larger society.
Armenian Journal of Special EducationlState Pedagogical University of Armenia
ISSN: 2579-2881
Special education, inclusive education, rehabilitation
ArmenianInternational Child Development Center20 Saryan St. Yerevan Armenia Phone: (+374 10) 580 733 Fax: (+374 91) 806 886 Email: aicdcmail@yahoo.com

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