I need help, guidance, to find solutions
Autisme Info Service is the first free national service providing a listening ear and useful information to help and guide people with autism, their families and the professionals supporting them with all their questions about daily life: testing, school, health, work, rights, etc.
By telephone (+ 33 (0)800 71 40 40) and online (www.autismeinfoservice.fr).
How to best support young autistic children?
“Two minutes to talk about autism” provides nearly 150 educational videos for people helping young autistic children in their daily lives.
Inspired by actual situations, the videos provide advice, practical information and concrete solutions. They are all accessible free of charge.
How to prepare for medical appointments?
SantéBD provides educational tools designed for all, to better understand healthcare, be less scared and better communicate during medical consultations.
They are particularly well suited to autistic people, family and professional caregivers and healthcare professionals.
SantéBD is a free, online tool on the www.santeBD.org site and on the SantéBD mobile application which you can download from Google Play and the Apple Store.
How can we learn
best practices for
interacting with people with autism?
By playing Tsara, we can easily all adopt best practices, the best responses and the best ways to interact with people with autism.
Where can I find the educational application I need?
On the French-language website applications-autisme.com, carers can find the tools they need.
It offers many applications, sorted by area of learning and skills required. Share your experience with the community, rate the apps and list new ones.
How to prepare for a visit to the dentist?
On the French-language website sohdev.org, download educational tools (videos, guide, calendar, pictograms) free of charge.
For instance, you will be able to prepare a visit to the dentist and reassure the autistic person.
How can we better recognise and understand autism?
Find research, videos and applications with the web documentary autisme.tv5monde.com.