Do you have a child labeled as autistic? The earlier you start the treatment, the better the child's life will be.
|Japanese-Speaking Advocacy Families, Professionals and Students for Behavioral Treatment|
Tsumiki no Kai is a global, independent group of Japanese-speaking parents, grandparents, professionals and students who study and practice behavioral intervention, especially the Lovaas-type developed at UCLA, for children with autistic spectrum disorders.
|If your computer has a set of Japanese fonts, visit the Tsumiki no Kai Japanese page.
||Most of the members live in Japan; some in Canada, France and the US. Many of them exchange ideas via the Tsumiki Mailing List.
||Tsumiki no Kai originally started in 2000 at Kobe, where workshops and seminars are held.||Monthly meeting is held at Tokyo and Osaka, too.||This English page, originally created in 2001, is maintained by Ryota Iijima. Link to Iijima's personal homepage
For more information, send email, in Japanese or English, to Ryuji Fujisaka <firstname.lastname@example.org>.