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Rawalpindi Pakistan

134-A, Main Hali Road, Westridge-1

Autism Society of Pakistan

Autism Society of Pakistan (ASP) was registered as a non-profit National umbrella organisation in 2010, under The Societies Act, 1860. In line with the new Government policy, ASP was re-registered under the Islamabad Capital Territory Charities Registration, Regulation and Fecilitation Act 2021. The primary objective of ASP is to work for the children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and also includes advocacy, fund raising, training and research. The first Autism Resource Centre (ARC) is functioning at Rawalpindi since Sep 2010. Encouraged by the success, and consistent with the mandate of replicating resource centres, another setup at Islamabad was added in 2016.
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A Mother’s Perspective

My son Amin was diagnosed with Autism at the age of two while my husband Suhaib was posted at Karachi. We hardly noticed any problem in Amin’s development during the first 22 months. He had no speech but I did not pay much attention to…
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Donors Area

Donors are lifeline to any volunteer organization. Autism Society of Pakistan (ASP) welcomes the donors to donate for the betterment of Autistic children and to add a smile to the parents. We thank our current and past donors for their generosity.

For Donations:

Bank Alfalah

Account Title: Autism Society of Pakistan

Account: 0131-1003204395
IBAN: PK13ALFH01311003204395

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What is Autism?

Autism is a complex neuro-developmental disorder that is usually detected in children from 18 months to three years of age. It affects the child’s communication, socialization and cognition. If the children with autism receive early intervention they improve remarkably well and many of them may go to the mainstream schools. There are no reliable data for the prevalence of autism in Pakistan. In the US population autism is seen in about one in sixty nine children and its incidence is gradually increasing. The statistics from South Asia estimate that there may be 350,000 children with autism in Pakistan. Unfortunately most of these children remain undiagnosed due to the lack of awareness and expertise in diagnosis. The parents often suffer silently and perhaps more unfortunate are the affected children who have to bear the brunt of the disorder and being mishandled.

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Our Service Departments

Autism Society of Pakistan provides the following services under our various departments through highly skilled and professional staff.


It provides complete clinical assessment of your child including many factors.


Complete occupational therapy is provided to the kids with specific needs.


The plan is designed to diagnose the reasons and solution of swinging behaviors.


Children personalized individual educational plans are made and provided.


Mothers are special and they are specially trained to help and enjoy with their kids.


The service provides Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to the children with Autism.


Physiotherapy is provided to the kids who need special physio treatment.


Child's academic level is accessed and recommendations are made to improve.


Comprehensive home plans for the children is made and provided for parents.


General awareness campaigns are designed and advocated related to Autism.


Speech and Language therapy is provided to the kids with Autism & ADHD.


psychotherapy is provided to the children with cognitive needs of therapy.


Counselling and guidance is provided for the parents of affected children.


Training of staff is provided in various subjects related to Autism.


Mainstream Children


Students Under Care


Therapist Resource


Service Departments

Our Motivated Team

We are pleased to have a dedicated and highly motivated team in our facility who are spreading smiles on hundred of faces through their commitment to defeat Autism in Pakistan.

Bushra Suhaib

CEO Autism Resource Centre

MA English Literature, ABA Therapist

Ghazal Nadeem

Director Autism Resource Centre

M.A (Special Education), ABA Supervisor eLearning, Registered Behavior Technician, ABA Therapist, CARDS Adults Program Certification

Haleema Sadia

Director ARC Islamabad

M.Ed. Autism (children), University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, MA Special Education, BA,Education and Sociology

Sofia Bokhari

Clinical Psychologist

MS Clinical Psychology, MSc Clinical Psychology

Aleena Bibi

Head of Clinical Department

BS (Hons) Psychology, Post Graduate Diploma in Professional Clinical Psychology

Naheed Akhter

Head of Occupational Therapy Department

BSc in Occupational Therapy, M.Phil. in SLP/T

Syeda Tahira Batool

Senior Mistress

M.A Education, ABA Therapist