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Plan Autisme 2008-2010 (Autism Plan 2008-2010)

France Ministry of Health, Youth, Sports and Community Life Country Resources Autism Spectrum Disorder France 31 December 2008 Legislation/regulation plan

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Le plan 2008-2010 répond à des enjeux qualitatifs et quantitatifs forts, articulant résolument
les champs éducatifs, pédagogiques et sanitaires. La participation des personnes avec TED et
autisme et des familles est impliquée dans un grand nombre d’actions. Le plan répondra à ces enjeux selon un ordre de priorités échelonnées dans la durée. Il sera accompagné d’actions d’information et de communication.
Il comporte trois axes majeurs :
- Axe 1. Mieux connaitre pour mieux former
- Axe 2. Mieux repérer pour mieux accompagner
- Axe 3. Diversifier les approches, dans le respect des droits fondamentaux de la
personne

The 2008-2010 plan addresses both qualitative and quantitative issues. The participation of people with autism and PDD and families are involved in a large number of actions. The plan will address these issues in order of priority staggered over time. It will be accompanied by information and communication activities.
It has three main areas:
- Axis 1. Better know to better train
- Axis 2. Better spot to better support
- Axis 3. Diversify approaches in respect of fundamental rights

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