Autism club house is an international community whose main objective is to advance the rights of autistic people and to help them improve their quality of life.
autism club house invite decision-makers to foster a better policy response to the needs of autistic people. autism club house also strives for more awareness and understanding of autism in society.
Autism club house is comprised of almost 38 countries and represents 3227 autism people . Self-advocates and families play a central role . representative network in Europe &UAE&USA& Canada of autistic people and their families.
Autism club house is an international community
Autism club house mission is to improve the quality of life of all persons with autism and their families in UAE&Europe&USA& Canada. Our priorities are:
Representing autistic people towards European Union’s institutions&UAE;
Advocating for the rights of people with autism and fostering inclusion;
Promoting access to education, training, health and employment, as well as life-long support in the community;
Liaising with other non-governmental organisations sharing similar objectives;
Promoting exchange of information, good practices and experience.
Autism club house main objectives are:
Ensure full implementation and respect of the rights and the effective participation of people with disabilities;
Promote a rights and evidence-based approach to autism working together with people on the autism spectrum, their families, professionals and decision-makers;
Encourage research on autism, prevalence studies and exchange of best practices and evidence-based interventions for autistic children, as well as support and habilitation services for adults.
Autism club house work is based on the principles of the community and Autism center Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities :
Respect for inherent dignity;
Individual autonomy including the freedom to make one’s own choices;
Full and effective participation and inclusion in society;
Respect for difference and acceptance of persons with disabilities as part of human diversity and humanity;
Equality of opportunity;
Equality between men and women;
Respect for the evolving capacities of children with disabilities and respect for the right of children with disabilities to preserve their identities.