Croatia

List of National Resources - Croatia

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Association for the Care of Autistic PersonsThe association brings together parents, relatives of people with ASD, professionals and all those who want to participate. The association is in charge of informing parents about the rights for children and parents derived from the law, early intervention from information and support to parents, requests for projects for the realization of various preschool/school programs, fundraising and purchase of teaching material, nursery and employment, among others. Senjskih uskoka 1
51000 Rijeka. Croatia
Phone: 385.51.512.344-514.823
Fax: 385.51.513-514.823
Email: lidijap@gzr.hr
Autism Association ZagrebThe mission of the Association for Autism - Zagreb is to protect and promote the rights and improve the quality of life of people with autism in the city of Zagreb and the county of Zagreb, through the provision of non-institutional social welfare services. , with an emphasis on organized supported accommodation for adults in the local community. Ibler square 9 / Floor 4
HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: +385 1 2303 901
Fax: +385 1 2303 901
E-mail: uaz@zg.t-com.hr
Centar za Autizam (CZA)It is a governmental organization based in Zagreb that provides a range of educational, vocational and social services to people with autism, people with learning disabilities and their families throughout Croatia. With bases in Zagreb, Rijeka, Split and Nova Gradiska, its programs include: a preschool program, for a total of 213 children, an educational program for children aged 7 to 15, a vacation program, including opportunities for young people to go to the countryside, a sports club, an adult day care program, for 86 people, a learning disability program, for 94 people in education classes, day care and work placements, and accommodation, for 60 adults and 12 children.
Autism Spectrum Disorder - Empowering And Supporting Teachers (ASD-EAST)The project led by the University of Northampton aims to train specialist teachers in Croatia, Poland and the Republic of North Macedonia to support the effective inclusion of children with autism in education by providing them with skills, knowledge, effective strategies, locally appropriate resources and training.

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