Czech Republic

List of National Resources - Czech Republic

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National Institute of Autism, z.ú. (NAUTIS)It is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that provides a wide range of services to people with autism and the people around them, that is, parents, siblings, classmates, teachers, doctors and other professionals. Nautis provides services for people with autism to learn, enjoy life and work.
Strední Cechy, o.s., Brunnerova 1011/3,
163 00 Prague 17
Prague, Czech Republic
Phone: 420 606 729 672
Email: apla@apla.cz
Children of the full moonIt is an association of parents and other family members of children with autism spectrum disorder with an initiative that focuses on affordable, high quality social services that help families with young and older children with autism.
European Council of Autistic People (EUCAP)It is an umbrella organization of national and regional autistic-led organizations in Europe that aims to promote the welfare of autistic people in Europe. EUCAP seeks cooperation with other types of organizations that focus on advocacy, research and policy related to autism, as well as those that focus on neurodiversity in a broader sense.
Nadace Dětský mozekThe aim of the Autism project is to improve the care of autistic children in the Czech Republic. It primarily supports programs and facilities that provide systematic and comprehensive professional help to people suffering from autism spectrum disorders and their families. Financial support is provided to educational and non-educational organizations that provide or have plans to provide education and care according to European standards to people suffering from autism.
ABA centrumThe ABA centrum is a therapeutic center for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other neurodevelopmental disorders. Other evidence-based approaches include occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech therapy. The center is a proud partner of the Global Autism Project (GAP) which has been helping children with ASD and centers working with them all over the world.
Národní ústav pro autismus, z.ú. (NAUTIS)National Autism Institute, z.u. is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that provides a wide range of services to individuals with autism and their environment, i.e. parents, siblings, classmates, teachers, doctors and other professionals. NAUTIS provides services for people with autism to learn, enjoy life and work.
Autistic ClubKyeslova 1189/24
182 00 Prague 8
Czech Republic
Phone: 42-858-4141
Association in Aid of Persons with Autism (APLA-Prague)Strední Cechy, o.s., Brunnerova 1011/3,
163 00 Praha 17
Prague, Czech Republic
Phone: 420 606 729 672
Email: apla@apla.cz

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