Iran Autism Association

Iran Autism Association is an NGO which is established by professionals, experts, beneficiaries, people with autism and their families gathering in February 2013. Our association tries to be benefited by updated knowledge of the world and with emphasize on cooperation, honesty, transparency, voluntary and targeted activities with parents (who has children with autism) participation in order to give educational, consulting, vocational, diagnosis, rehabilitation , supporting and talent-spotting services by great awareness to provide an accurate condition toward autism acceptance and support to an accepted level in society which leads to their happiness , independence and welfare.

Branches and Departments

anches and offices in line with the Iranian Aethysm Association

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We hope to see all people in the society know autism spectrum disorder well and increase the quality life of individuals with autism and their families and help them to live in a society without other’s judgment.

Providing families with standard educational, supportive and rehabilitating services. Individuals who are also diagnosed by screening centers, are completely supported by insurance and can be accepted both in normal and special training centers by 1405.


Autism news

Cooperation of Iran Autism Association and Medical Emergency Organization

on Monday, 22 June 2020, Saeedeh Saleh Ghaffari, Directing Manager of Iran Autism Association, in an interview with IRNA said: “in the meeting between Iran Autism […]

Launching the School of Transition into Adulthood for people with autism

The head of the Education, Research and Rehabilitation department of Iran Autism Association spoke about launching the school of transition into adulthood for people with autism […]

Unveiling of the joint projects of Iran Autism Association and Fanap Holding

The unveiling ceremony of the joint projects of Iran Autism Association and Fanap Holding was held in the assembly hall of Fanap Holding with the presence […]

Autism and home intervention

Considering Coronavirus epidemic and closing of rehabilitation centers, clinics and schools,