List of National Resources - Belgium
|Association de Parents pour L'Epanouissement des Personnes Autistas (APEPA)||Under the High Patronage of Her Majesty the Queen. APEPA parent members listen to families in difficulty, identify requests and problems, and provide mutual assistance. They also want to contribute, through visits to centers, schools and institutions, to improve the reception of people with autism. Recognized representative of people with disabilities and their families
Rue Leanne, 15 5000 Namur Belgium Phone: 32 8174-4350 Fax: 32 8174-4350 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By ministerial decree of June 7, 2002
Rue du Fond de Malonne, 127 - 5020 Malonne (Namur, Belgium)
+32 (081 74 43 50)
|Autism Europe||Autism-Europe (AE) is an international association whose main objective is to promote the rights of people with autism and help them improve their quality of life. AE advocates with European decision-makers to encourage a better political response to the needs of autistic people Its functions include: Supervising European laws and policies, promoting adequate care, education, training and employment, life support, adapted medical and social services, professional diagnosis, early intervention, protection against discrimination and much more.
Rue Montoyer 39 Bte 11
B-1000 Brussels, Belgium
|The Flemish Autism Association||Every season, the Flemish Autism Association presents a wide range of activities on autism. Listening • meeting • experiencing is central to this. They work with sign-ups for all activities. The Flemish Autism Association also encourages people with autism and those around them to tell their stories to inspire others.|
|Opleidingscentrum Autisme (Centre for Training on Autism)||Laar 61 B-2140 Antwerpen-Borerhout Antwerp Belgium Phone: 32-3-235-37-55 Fax: 32-2-236-5846|
|Zelfhulpgroep PASS||Contact: Johan Cappaert Email: email@example.com|
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