SOCIETY OF AUTISM FAMILIES
SOCIETY OF AUTISM FAMILIES A non-profit charitable organization that brings together autism families' experiences and multi-discipline expertise in counselling services, awareness programs and courses, as well as the various social initiatives.
What is autism
Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder, is a known brain development condition that manifests itself as difficulty in communicating or socializing with others and can affect an individual and their family throughout their life.
- Family history
- Very premature birth
- Nutritional deficiency early in pregnancy
- Some complications during or after childbirth
- The mother was exposed to some chemicals during pregnancy
One in 59 children suffers from autism.
40% of children with autism are unable to speak.
Males are four times more likely to have autism than females.
Weekly workshops at the level of the regions of the Kingdom, through which families are trained and rehabilitated
Sports program for males and females with autism spectrum disorder
Specialized professionals of various life matters specializations, as well as government and various entities to make a positive change to Autistic individuals and their families.
The first project of its kind in the Kingdom, which is concerned with raising awareness and early detection of people with autism spectrum disorder
The first specialized digital clinic in the world to serve people with autism spectrum disorder and their families
Our news and events
His Highness, the Acting Governor of Riyadh Region, inaugurated the Taif Feather Exhibition
His Highness the Chairman of the Board of Directors honors the employees of the association in appreciation of their efforts during the year 2021 AD
His Highness, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Autism Families Association, inaugurated the second Richa Spectrum exhibition in the Eastern Province
His Highness Prince Saud bin Abdullah inaugurated the exhibition "A Spectrum Feather"
Drogba surprises by attending the first charity dinner of its kind to support autistic families
Signing of a tripartite agreement between the Autism Families Association, the Saudi Society for Fine Arts and Obour Center