Autism Society of Pakistan (“ASP”) has been established as a non-profit entity as a national umbrella organisation with a focused mandate for advocacy, fund raising, training, research, and for generally creating awareness about Autism in Pakistan. It has successfully set up the Autism Resource Centre in Rawalpindi, which has recently completed three fruitful years. ASP aims to replicate such centres all over Pakistan, and hopefully establish a National Autism Centre. A dedicated group of people (primarily affected parents) in Pakistan and abroad have formed a focus group to take this public initiative forward.
To educate and support children with Autism and their families and to work with the community to promote understanding of Autism.
To work towards inclusive education in mainstream schools.
To help parents through education and support services (Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Behaviour Management, Sibling Support, Play Group etc.);
To developed trained staff for Autism Resource Centre(s)
Create a team/teams to provide diagnosis, assessment and develop ISP(Individual Support Plan) for children
To provide services for children and families
Donations of all types are welcome in the form of monetary assistance, volunteer time, or items that ASP can use such as books, furniture, etc. Please fill the form below to let us know how you can help and we will get in touch with you.
134-A Main Hali Road,
Rawalpindi 46000 (Pakistan)