We seek to encourage and/or help in the emergence of existing or innovative practices to support adults with ASD and their caregivers.

In Switzerland

Coup d’Pouce Foundation

63 ordinary leisure facilities followed a training program in order to be able to welcome a person with a disability. In total: 84 activities were organised, benefiting 41 beneficiaries (adults and children).


The ICI TSA (Everyone Is Welcome Here – (« Tous Sont Acceptés »), La Source School Lausanne, project and its dynamic practitioners develop teaching and caring tools (blood tests, electrocardiograms, blood pressure tests) to allow a better access to basic need treatments for adults with ASD and their families.


The MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), by Pôle Autisme Foundation and the University of Geneva (co-funding), designed for professionals as well as families, is an online course created by ASD experts. More than 22,000 people have already signed up for the three-part course.

In South Africa

Waves for Change

More than 5,607 underprivileged young people, of which 443 have ASD, have accessed surf therapy sessions in the Western Cape region.