List of National Resources - Hungary
|Orvostechnikai Szötség||The Medical Association is a recognized and influential advocacy organization for Hungarian healthcare. It brings together and represents companies that provide inpatient and outpatient care institutions with hospital medical technology and diagnostic imaging devices and medical aids, and companies that support patient care with IT services.
H-1066 Budapest Jokai utca 2-4 II/8 Budapest Hungary Phone: 36-1-301-9067 Fax: 36-1-302-1094 E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
|Auti||Auti is a website created with the aim of providing information to parents, teachers and anyone who is interested. The updated information provided covers topics such as diagnosis, support and rights, developmental opportunities, education, research results, programs, informative publications and useful aids.|
|Autism Research Group||Delej u. 24-26 Budapest 1089 Hungary Telephone: 36-1-11-42-859 Fax: 36-1-210-4364|
|Autistak Erdekvedelmi Egyesulete / Hungarian Autistic Society||H-1066 Budapest
Jokai utca 2-4 II/8
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
|Autism Research Group||Delej u. 24-26
|Special Schools||Budapest, Hungary
Huvosvolgyi ut 131 Budapest , Hungary
Documents of Interest - Hungary[table “” not found /]
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