The goal of the Information Points is to provide assistance and education wherever parents or caregivers of people on the autism spectrum need it. Stationary support is primarily further education and education of the environment in which children and people on the spectrum reside on a daily basis.
Volunteer Coordinators of Information Points are responsible for organizing meetings, trainings or lectures so that as many people as possible understand what autism is. Because only knowledge can build acceptance for our children and their families!
If you need help, are looking for support, want to increase your knowledge about autism come to the JiM Information Point.
They help Parents before and during diagnosis. Coordinators provide information on diagnosis centers, support during the process, and advise on what to look out for and what to keep in mind.
They conduct lessons on autism in schools, institutions and public institutions. Lessons can be organized at the request of parents of children with autism. They support in obtaining legal assistance and interventions. They organize trainings and workshops on the subject of autism. They work to increase knowledge among the public, including public services.
Do you need help? Contact the JiM Foundation's Volunteer Coordinator.
Below you will find a list of all Information Points with the email addresses of the Coordinators.