Supporting autistic people in crisis situations
How can you deal with difficult situations if you have limited knowledge of autism? How to best support an autistic person in an acute crisis and challenging conditions? View brief basic information compiled by EUCAP and Autism Europe on this page or download as a pdf file here. More translated versions will be added as they become available.
Support offered by EUCAP member organisations
Languages: Russian, Belarusian, Polish, English, Finnish
Contact: Alena Adameika (Russian, Belarusian, Polish, English) email@example.com, phone +358 45 114 1104, Heta Pukki (English, Finnish), firstname.lastname@example.org
Types of support: Help with finding support and services in Finland. Well equipped space for meetings and free time activities for small groups in Helsinki.
CLE AUTISTES, FRANCE
Languages: French, English
Types of support: Attending autistic adults (men and women), advice and peer support, and help with finding support and services in France, online everyday. Every month, space for meetings and free time activities in Paris, Nancy, Rennes.
Support offered by other organisations
Languages: English, Greek
Contact: CODECA LTD Center for Social Cohesion , Development and Care.
Phone: 22770962, 96824727
Address: Agiou Georgiou 20, Agios Dometios, 2369, Nicosia, Cyprus
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person: Mrs Eleni Ploutarchou, Mr. Andreas Panagiotou
Types of support: Accommodation and provision for information regarding families with autistic children
Materials to download
EUCAP & AE Brief guide on supporting autistic people in crisis situations.
Download different versions below. The information content is the same in all versions.
Bilingual communication boards with pictograms and text in Ukrainian: medical emergencies and treatments, clothing, daily needs.
Pictograms author: Sergio Palao. Origin: ARASAAC (http://www.arasaac.org). Creative Commons License: CC (BY-NC-SA). Owner: Government of Aragon (Spain)
Links to Google folders where the material can be downloaded.