Autism Europe members met in Brussels
Between 16 and 17 November 2019,
Autism Europe members met in Brussels.
Brussels is a city in Belgium.
Almost 30 members came to the meeting.
The members at the meetings talked
about the things Autism-Europe will do in the future.
Zsuzuanna Szilvasy finished
as president of Autism-Europe after 8 years.
Harald Neerland is now president of Autism-Europe.
Autism Europe members elected Harald
in December 2018 in Brussels.
The Autism Europe members thanked
Evelyne Friedel, Maria Wroniszewska,
Pietro Cirrincione and Claude Schmit
for their work.
Autism-Europe members talked about
how people with autism can learn better.
The members talked about how people with autism
can better get work.
The members talked about
what people with autism need for a better health.
Autism Europe taught its members
how they can explain this needs
to the United Nations and the European Union.
The United Nations is an organization of countries
all over the world.
The European Union is a group of
28 countries from Europe that work together to make laws.
The United Nations and the European Union make laws
that can improve the life of people with autism.
Laws are rules that people must follow.
Anne Freulon presented
the results of the Autism Europe Congress.
Anne is a member of Autism Europe and Autisme France.
Autisme France organized the Congress this year.
Everybody was very satisfied
with the results of the congress.
The Autism-Europe Congress took place
in September 2019.
Suncica Petrovic presented a project.
Suncica is a memebr of Autism Europe.
The project is called the DE ENIGMA.
The project is about how a robot
can help children with autism with their skills.
Autism Europe worked on this project the last four years.
The project is now finished.
After the meeting, some people with autism from Belgium
met at the Autism Europe office.
The people with autism from Belgium said it is difficult
to get a doctor that says they have autism.
They said it is difficult to get work, to learn better
and to get help.
Autism Europe wants better help for people with autism