List of National Resources - Denmark

Landsforeningen Autisme / Autism DenmarkThey are a democratic association with a local electoral system covering a wide range of services including information work, courses and conferences for members and professionals, job offers, housing and membership support.
Herlev Hovedgade 199
DK – 2730 Herlev
Telephone: 45-70-25-30-65
Fax: 45-70-25-30-70
Videnscenter for Autisme / The Danish Information and Resource Centre for AutismThe National Health and Welfare Council works with the development, advice and implementation in the entire social area. The National Board of Health and Welfare is part of the group of the Ministry of Social Affairs and the Elderly. The National Health and Welfare Council is a company for the development, advice and implementation of the entire field of social services and has a special responsibility to contribute significantly to the resolution of tasks within the following areas of social policy: Children and adolescents , Disadvantaged and Vulnerable groups. Kongevejen 256
DK-2830 Virus
Phone: 45-45-11-41-91
Fax: 45-45-11-41-85
Center for AutismThe Center for Autism addresses the target group of neurodevelopmental disorders, ie. people with autism, ADHD, Tourette syndrome, and developmental disabilities. Some users also have adjacent physical and mental challenges like. epilepsy, anxiety, OCD and depression. The center supports families, entrepreneurs, professionals and more through advice, courses, education, knowledge and much more.
Laurentsvej 14, 1. salt
DK - 2880 Bagsvaerd
Phone: 45-44-98-23-55
Fax: 45-44-98-23-53
Molecular AutismIt is a peer-reviewed open access journal that publishes high quality basic, translational, and clinical research that has relevance to the etiology, pathobiology, or treatment of autism and related neurodevelopmental conditions. Research that includes cross-level integration is encouraged. Molecular Autism publishes empirical studies, reviews, and short communications. Molecular Autism also publishes articles on detection, diagnosis, and classification, including articles that consider subgrouping to refine our understanding of basic mechanisms.
Special Needs Education in DenmarkAngloinfo provides detailed information on provisions for children with special needs: details on registration and enrollment in schools and resources available for children with special educational needs in Denmark.
Autism Therapists in Capital Region of DenmarkIf you are looking for autism help in the Capital Region of Denmark or an autism therapist in the Capital Region of Denmark, these professionals provide autism help, autism therapy, autism counseling, autism treatment and autism therapy. They include autism therapists, autism psychologists, autism psychotherapists and autism therapists.
Helping Autism-diagnosed teenagers Navigating and Developing Socially (HANDS)c/o Professor Peter Øhrstrøm, Aalborg University
Kroghstræde 3, 9220
Aalborg Øst
Phone: 45 9940 9048
The Danish Autism Centre199 Herlev Hovedgade, Herlev, DNK 2730, Denmark

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