List of National Resources - Bangladesh

Autism Society Habilitation Organization.ASHO offers a support center where people with ASD and their families can find information, guidance and referral services. ASHO has expanded the comprehensive education program for Bangladeshi immigrant parents in the United States.
Autims school and terapy centers in BangladeshAutism Wing, offers information, resources and news about autism. Not only is it a school, but it is also a therapy center and offers free consultation services to parents of autistic children on autism spectrum disorder diagnosis and intervention. It also has a store with different types of therapy items, sensory toys and some traditional developmental toys for people with special needs.
The Bangladeshi Parents and Carers AssociationIt is a day service for adults of Bangladeshi origin with social and emotional behavioral difficulties (SEBD), severe learning disabilities (SLD), speech, language and communication needs (SLCN), multi-sensory impairments (MSI) and physical disabilities. Its services cover early years, beyond autism schools, post-19 provision, training and more.
Society for the Welfare of Autistic Children (SWAC)It is a non-profit organization with the aim of educating and empowering people with autism to develop their full potential and improve their quality of life. SWAC operates a special needs school that provides intensive individualized instruction to children with autism, focusing on a wide range of educational, sensory, prevocational, behavioral, social, communication, cognitive and motor dysfunctions of daily living.
70/KA, Pisciculture, Shyamoli, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh
P: 88 02 8118836
F: 88 01711632861
Autism BDIt is an information portal for Bangladeshi parents of children with neurodevelopmental disorders with autism, ADHD, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, etc. and people in general. This site is supervised by some dedicated neurorehabilitation specialists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists and other professionals involved in the field of autism.
Institute of NeuroDevelopment & Research (INDR), 52/1 Hasan Holdings, New Eskaton Road, Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh
P: 880 1931 405986
Autistic Children's Welfare Foundation, BangladeshHouse #74, Line #3, Block E Kalshi, Mirpur-12 Dhaka-1216 Bangladesh Telephone: 880-02-8019838 / 01914403331/4 Email:
Society for the Welfare of Autistic Children (SWAC)70/KA, Pisciculture, Shyamoli, Dhaka-1207 Bangladesh Phone: 88 02 8118836, Mobile: 88 01711632861 Email: OR
Autism Welfare FoundationHouse # 38/40, Road # 4 ""Kha"" Block , Pisiculture Housing Society Mohammedpur, Dhaka Bangladesh Phone numbers: +8801819447233, +8801552363575, +88028121759
Email: Contact: Dr. Rownak Hafiz
Autism Care and Advancement CenterBangladesh
P: 880 1712 194950
Autistic Children Development Foundation BangladeshHouse #11, Road #1, Block L, Halishahar Housing Estate, Chittagong, Bangladesh
P: 880 1819624273
Autistic Children’s Welfare FoundationHouse #74, Line #3 Block E, Kalshi, Mirpur-12, Dhaka-1216 Bangladesh
P: 88002 8019238
Bangladesh ABA Center for AutismHouse No 377 Block Bashundhara Dhaka Bangladesh
Bongo Bondhu Community Clinic- Autism Center283, Block-Kha, Korail, 1 No. Uttar Unit, Ward No-19, Adarsh Nagar, Bonani, Dhaka 1213, Bangladesh
P: 880 1942 807251
Matrisneha Autism Children Academy128, Panchlaish, R/Area, Chattogram 4000, Bangladesh
P: 880 3125 56798
Rainbow Autism Care FoundationGA 3/1C, Eidgah Masjid Road, Shahjadpur, Gulshan, Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh
P: 880 1711 203681
Smiling Children Special SchoolHouse #39, Road# 05, Block# E, Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh
P: 880 1938 240167
The Autism Welfare FoundationHouse #428, Rd. #2 Baitul Aman Housing Society Shyamoli, Dhaka Bangladesh
P: 880 812 1759

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