FPDA-Federação, Portuguesa de Autismo, Portugal,
FPDA – Federação Portuguesa de Autismo is a non-profit NGOPD (Non-Governmental Organization for People with Disabilities), founded in 2003, replacing a NGO founded in 1971.
FPDA’s mission is to fight for the rights of people with autism and their families and represent its member associations near to national and international organizations.
It includes 13 NGOs all over the country including Açores and Madeira islands. The member associations of FPDA are independent non-profit NGOs working together in projects, campaigns, and other activities. Their principles are Inclusion, Non-discrimination, Solidarity, Association, and Partnership. They support over 3,000 people with autism and their families, promoting social e clinical services. They also promote independent living for people with autism through projects and centers supporting independent living.
Specialisterne ApS, Denmark,
Specialisterne firmly believes in harnessing the power of neurodiversity, recognizing it as a valuable asset rather than a limitation. Their core mission revolves around creating an inclusive and empowering work environment where individuals with unique skills and abilities can flourish. Distinguished by their extensive knowledge of neurodiversity, Specialisterne has developed a specialized recruitment process. This process concentrates on nurturing the talents of their candidates, leading to optimal job placements that unlock their full potential.