List of National Resources - Austria

Skiing4allSkiing4all Skiing4all, run by a British psychologist, is the only mountain resort-based organization that caters exclusively to people with special educational needs, their families and friends. They cater for children, young people and adults with ASD, AS, Down Syndrome, ADHD / ADD, Learning Disability, Behavioural Disorder and more. You can find all the information in the following document. Here
Dachverband Österreichische Autistenhilfe (ÖAH)It is a competence center for counseling, diagnosis, therapy and specialized care. Österreichische Autistenhilfe offers career guidance for adolescents and young adults with autism spectrum disorders in apprenticeships and vocational schools. ÖAH offers comprehensive support and a wide range of professional work to promote and include people with autism and to support their parents, relatives and other caregivers.
promente-tirolThey offer a wide range of counseling, care and support services for people in need of professional support and help due to a crisis or psychiatric illness.
o2-clinicso2clinics is the distributor of a European manufacturer of high quality hyperbaric oxygenation chambers (mHBO) for professional and private use. Gentle hyperbaric oxygen therapy can help with this: Improved concentration, better learning and adaptation to the environment, improve oxygen supply to the brain and the whole body, stimulate stem cell production and support behavioral therapy.
SpecialisterneSpecialisterne Academy prepares people on the autism spectrum for the career path. The offerings for autistic people include individual counseling, training and education, job placement and job orientation and autism network. They also provide support with career guidance, develop individual strengths and mediate to companies. The courses offer a hybrid model of theoretical and practical units.
InfectoPharmThis is a guide that provides parents with tools to help their children with ASD sleep better. There is information on a pleasant sleep environment, regular bedtime rituals, regular daily routine, falling asleep independently and structuring the daily routine.
Osterreichische AutistenhilfeEsselingasse 13/3/11 A-1010 Wien Vienna Austria Phone: 43-1-533-9666 : 43-1-533-7847 Email:
AustinhilfeEsselingasse 13/3/11 A-1010 Wien Vienna Austria Phone: 43-1-222-553 Fax: 43-1-222-553

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