List of National Resources - Germany
|Bundesverband Hilfe fur das autistische Kind, Vereinigung zur Forderung autistischer Menschen e. V.||It provides comprehensive information on the autistic syndrome and existing scientific knowledge, organizes specialized congresses and conferences, and publishes books and brochures. It also promotes facilities and measures that provide effective help for people with autism.
Bebelallee 141 22297 Hamburg. Germany
|ABA Autismus Therapie Düsseldorf GmbH||It offers specific support for autism according to the applied behavioral analysis. Intervention procedures - teaching method - focus on observable and measurable behavioral dimensions in such a way that the initial situation is determined and progress is measured. The therapeutic offer provides support in 2 different formats: Counseling and intensive interventions. Both modalities require an initial consultation and the participation of the child's family in the specific introduction of each child to the ABA methodology.|
|Aspies e.V.||The federal association Aspies eV represents the interests of people with autism and their families as a self-help association. It provides comprehensive information on the autistic syndrome and existing scientific knowledge, organizes specialized congresses and conferences, and publishes books and brochures. It also promotes facilities and measures that provide effective help to people with autism.
House of Democracy & Human Rights, Greifswalder Str 4, 10405 Berlin Germany
|Zentrum für Autismus-spezifische VerhaltensTherapie||The center offers counseling, training and supervision to professionals, parents and students, as well as individuals affected by autism spectrum disorder. It also offers development of long and short term individual education plans. On the other hand, in the instruction and supervision of in-house behavioral therapy teams, we use autism-specific behavioral therapy methods, among others.|
|Teaching Tree Clinic||It is a science-based organization dedicated to disseminating research in the field of behavior analysis and popularizing it in new languages, cultures and institutions. They also collaborate with institutions interested in the development of experimental designs in the fields of education, pedagogical practices and behavioral interventions. Teaching Tree Clinic staff are trained in autism across the lifespan. They design programs for Language, Social Skills, Play, Problem Behavior, Eating, Sleeping, Vocational and Academic Skills.|
|Autism Teaching Strategies||Through Autism Teaching Strategies, Joel, who specializes in mental health services for children and adolescents on the autism spectrum, has provided dozens of trainings across the country on the topics of teaching social skills and effective counseling for children with high-functioning autism. Joel provides dozens of free social skills downloads on this website.|
|MilitaryINSTALLATIONS||EFMP Family Support Facility providers can provide information and resources specific to early intervention and special education services to eligible children and young adults. Early intervention services, or EIS, are available for children birth to age 3, and special education services are available for children ages 3 to 21.|
|Berlin International School||It is a non-profit day school that offers a comprehensive education program for students ages 6 to 18 in the Berlin and Brandenburg areas.
Lentzeallee 8/14 14195 Berlin
|John F. Kennedy School||JFKS is a public school with German and American students providing bilingual and bicultural education of the highest quality including those with certain special learning needs. The school does not offer a full special education program, however the school provides accommodations and resources in accordance with the bilingual program and as much as possible within the limitations of the staff.|
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