Geneva Centre for Autism

1 in 68 children will be diagnosed with autism. Geneva Centre for Autism is committed to the full inclusion of individuals with autism spectrum disorder in their communities.
Our community makes us better. Your support makes our community stronger.

Geneva Centre for Autism is an international leader in the development and delivery of clinical intervention services and training programs. We offer a wide range of clinical services customized for each person with an ASD – from pre-schoolers to adults. All of our clinical services are delivered by a multi-disciplinary team of experienced and trained professionals. The Centre blends its in-house expertise with its Professional Advisory Council that is comprised of world-renowned clinicians in the field of Autism.

Today we serve families through family education and support, social skill building groups, an early intervention program, behaviour/communication analysis and intervention planning, parent, sibling and peer support groups, family resource services, adult support groups, respite and so much more.

Geneva Centre for Autism offers comprehensive education and training services which enable parents and professionals to become effective interveners and advocates for people with ASD. These training opportunities include a biennial International Symposium on Autism, a broad range of fee-for-service workshops through our Training Institute and a comprehensive parent training curriculum which is offered free of charge to families through our clinical services. Many of our training and educational services to parents are complemented by one-to-one consultation and coaching in community-based settings in order to facilitate the successful implementation of intervention strategies for the individual with an ASD.

You are part of a global community that can make a difference in the lives of people with autism spectrum disorder.

This Giving Tuesday we want to raise a dollar to represent each of the 3,000 families we help in a year. Help us meet our $3,000 fundraising goal and support critical programs, respite services and training for individuals and families in need. Join other generous members of our community and make a gift on November 28!

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