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

Personalised inclusive recreation programmes

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

Information and orientation system in French-speaking Switzerland

People with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) or in contact with people with ASD have access to an up-to-date system (website, email, telephone) for information and guidance in all areas of everyday life, recognised and financed by a public-private partnership.


The ICI TSA (Everyone Is Welcome Here – TSA standing for “Tous Sont Accepté”), La Source School Lausanne project and its dynamic practitioners develop teaching and caring tools (blood tests, electrocardiograms, blood pressure tests) to allow 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.

Access to personalised care

The project aims to facilitate access to hospital and outpatient care for patients with ASD or Mental Disability and to consolidate their care within the CHUV to establish a new quality standard.

Institut Maïeutique

The Institut Maïeutique serves as a sanctuary for adolescents and young adults grappling with mental health disorders. The institute places significant emphasis on the role of culture in the therapeutic process. We are perpetually committed to fostering a treatment environment deeply infused with arts and culture, recognizing their transformative potential in mental health care.

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.