Stanford Medicine, the Stanford Autism Center at Packard Hospital in collaboration with the “Child with Future” Foundation for Children with Autism Syndrome has launched a series of online webinars on autism for Ukrainians.
The purpose of the initiative is to provide free information on autism, to support families raising autistic children, and to bring international experience to experts, educators, and members of civil society organizations.
The lectures will be held online at Stanford Medicine’s Zoom platform and are free for Ukrainians. To join the broadcast and participate in the discussion, you need to register on the website using the form that will appear next to the selected webinar.
Webinars are in Ukrainian and Russian in synchronous translation online. Recordings are in all languages. Pre-recordings are additionally voiced by interpreters.
We express our sincere gratitude to Stanford Medicine, which does not stay away from the terrible war in Ukraine, caring for special Ukrainian children, and preparing packages of psychological and material assistance to families affected by war. Soon, Ukrainians will get high-quality psychological help from the best specialists in the industry, and children with mental problems will get a lot of valuable toys, tools, and developing things. The Foundation for Children with Autism Syndrome “Child with Future” will inform you about the terms and details of receiving the grant separately.
From the bottom of our hearts, we thank Dana Summers and Darya Orlova for a meeting, and organization, for the opportunity to work with Stanford Medicine, and for helping all Ukrainians interested in autism in this super-tough time of war.
Everything will be Ukraine!