List of National Resources - Iceland
|Einhverfusamtökin||The association's activities focus on improving services for autistic people, protecting their statutory rights and promoting education about the problems of people with autism spectrum disorders. The association's main struggles have been shortening the waiting list for diagnosis, housing, employment and schooling.
|European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education||The Agency is an independent organization whose aim is to ensure equity, equal opportunities and rights for all students, particularly those who are vulnerable to marginalization and exclusion, such as students with disabilities and/or special educational needs. All of its work is in line with and directly supports international and EU policy initiatives on education.|
|Hugrún||Hugrún, a mental health education organization. The organization's goal is to educate young people about mental health, mental disorders and resources, as well as to increase social awareness. Hugrún's major task each year is to travel around the country and give mental health psychology lectures in high schools free of charge. The site offers guidelines for parents and mental education, as well as valuable information on various mental health related topics.|
|Umsjonarfelag Einhverfra||Haaleitisbraut 13
Documents of Interest - Iceland[table “” not found /]
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