Autzeit wants to offer a place of regeneration to relax from everyday life and at the same time receive therapeutical care to families and their children as well as to adults with behavior issues.

This is a collection of Internet and other resources which parents of children with PDD, PDD-NOS, autism, Asperger's Syndrome, or hyperlexia may find useful. All the information concerns teaching methods that are a branch of applied behavior analysis (ABA) called behavioral intervention.

The ADHD research website offers an extensive collection of scientific publications on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and its frequent comorbidities. Several self-test and further links are also available. ADHD research is a project by and for people affected by ADHD.

Our mission is to provide evidence-based behavior analytic services to learners with autism and other developmental disabilities through direct services and training of family members and educators. We accomplish this by insuring that the learner’s progress occurs through the arrangement of teaching environments which are mostly positive and arranged to ultimately allow the learner to continue to develop language and other skills in typical community and family settings.

We are an association of parents with children with autism who chose the therapy with the approach of ABA. The association has been founded in 2001 by affected parents in order to support and broadcast the still unknown therapy Applied Behavior Analyis in Switzerland. Since 2005 we have been organized as an association.

We are an independent, language regional society, that, like the societies in Tessin and Romandy, belongs to the umbrella organisation Autismus Schweiz. It is the purpose of autismus deutsche schweiz to promote the knowledge about and the interest in autism. autismus deutsche schweiz offers information work as extensively as possible in the German and Raetoromanic Switzerland and supports affected individuals, their families and involved professionals in all areas.

The federal association ABA-Eltern e.V. is a self help organisation of parents with children with symptoms of autism spectrum disorder; they’ve made good experiences applying the principles of ABA to their children. The organization wants to increase the popularity of ABA. It wants to make information available about ABA to parents, therapists, health practitioners, teachers, authorities, and all people interested in this approach, and interested to benefit from the experience of others. In addition, the federal association aims to get the intensive support of ABA recognized in Germany as an official treatment of autism; so that affected parents will receive support based on this approach through the German health care and social system. - The health portal for consumers! The Swiss health portal is being visited monthly by more than 350’000 people. The information of Sprechzimmer serves foremost the health of each individual, as well as the prevention of diseases. Main concerns of are: Extensive descriptions of illnesses from A-Z, edited by professionals; medical studies for a large audience, as well as daily updated information in regards to health topics, and in regards to the Swiss health care system, based on neutral and reliable sources.

Applied Behaviour Analysis/Verbal Behaviour (ABA/VB) ist der wissenschaftlich am besten erforschte und häufig auch effektivste Ansatz zur Förderung und Therapie von Menschen mit Autismus. Trotzdem ist ABA/VB in Deutschland wenig bekannt. Dieses Buch möchte das Wissen über diese Methode dorthin bringen, wo es am meisten gebraucht wird: zu den betroffenen Eltern und zu den Pädagogen, die Kinder mit Autismus unterrichten sollen.

Mareike Overhof, MD, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, provides consultation services for families seeking ABA/VB services for their children. In addition, she offers lectures, workshops, In-House training and supervision for professionals interested in the science of Applied Behavior Analysis and Verbal Behavior.

The German Association for Behavior Analysis (DGVA) is a nonprofit membership organization founded in 2011. Its mission is to contribute to the well-being of the German society by developing, enhancing, and supporting the growth of the science of Behavior Analysis through research, education, and clinical practice.