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Lebanese Autism Society

The Lebanese Autism Society (LAS) exists as a non-governmental organization (registered by official decree No.19/AD dated March 10, 1999). The founder and the president of LAS is Mrs. Arwa El Amine. To this date, more than 500 members joined the Association. LAS is the founding member and the coordinator of the Arab Network for Autism (ANA). The LAS is a member of World Autism Organization (WAO), Autism Europe, Arab Network for Autism (ANA), Union National de Parents et d'Institutions pour Enfants Inadaptés (UNAPIEI0), Association pour la recherche sur l'Autisme et le Prévention des Inadaptations (ARAPI).  It works with a vision to enhance the well-being of individuals living with Autism in Lebanon and with a mission to patron for the rights of individuals with Autism & to contribute them & their families support & services starting from early childhood to adulthood. The enactment of the mission prioritize the following areas: early diagnosis & interference emphasizing the development of highly structured, specialized educational programs tailored to the individual urgency of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other disabilities, promotion & support of the social integration of children & teenagers with Autism, building capacities of professionals & institutions to provide services to children with Autism in Lebanon, to spread out public awareness in deference to Autism & Autism Spectrum disorders. Projects hosted by Lebanese Autism Society include the following namely: Classes for Children with Autism – CCA, Promoting the approval of unguarded groups of Children and youth in Lebanon, Technical School for Children with Autism – TSA and Early Diagnosis and Intervention Centre – CDIP. LAS journal gathers contributions for and about civil society in Lebanon. It hallmarks the research commissioned by Lebanon Support, published on LAS knowledge platform CSKC. LAS publications include the following: Hkini, Hkini bi osloubi, Ana w farik al ta2hil, Inclusive Schools, Ta3a Nel3ab. To update the scientific world about the recent research activities news and updates, campaigns, events media involvement and full community participation are the initiatives taken by this society.

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