Welcome to Aspies e.V.

Aspies e.V. is a self-help organisation for autistic people run by autistic people and based in Berlin, Germany. Below you find a brief description of the history and activities of Aspies e.V. as well as links to autistic self-help organisations worldwide.

Aspies e.V. was founded by members of a self-help group for people with Asperger-Syndrome in Berlin in 2002. Since 2004 it is a registered charity working to the benefit of people within the autistic spectrum, their families, friends, professionals and society at large. Today, Aspies e.V. has about 200 members within Germany and in other countries. Main activities of Aspies e.V. are e.g. connecting autistic people online and in "real life", media exchange, working with professionals, supporting research for increasing quality of life and more.

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Autistic-run organizations worldwide:

(listed in alphabetical order by country; please email updates to sebastian[att]aspies[dot]de)

Australia
Autistic Self Advocacy Network Australia (ASAN AU)

Belgium
Zelfhulpgroep voor Personen met een Autisme Spectrum Stoornis

Finland
Suomen Asperger yhdistys

France
Spectre Autistique troubles envahissants du développement International

Israel
Autistic Community of Israel

Netherlands
Personen uit het Autisme Spectrum

Sweden
Organiserade Autister

Switzerland
Worldwide Autism Association

United Kingdom
Aspies for Freedom
Autreach
Autscape organising committee
Autistic People Against Neuroleptic Abuse (APANA)
Autism Rights Group Highland
Autism Womens Network Forum
London Autistic Rights Movement (LARM)
Autistic People Against Neuroleptic Abuse
Autistic Rights Movement
Neurodiversity North-East
Autistic Organisation

United States of America
Asperger Adults of Greater Washington
Autism and Asperger Syndrome Coalition for Education, Networking, and Development (AASCEND)
Autism Network International (ANI)
The Autistic Self-Advocacy Network (ASAN)
The REAL Voice of Autism
The Global and Regional Asperger Syndrome Partnership (GRASP)
Autism Woman's Network






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