1994 INTERNATIONAL AUTISM FOUNDATION   

Service and Support for People with Autism  

  ABOUT AUTISM | ABOUT US | THROUGH THE YEARS | OUR GOALS  | LIFE SKILLS PROGRAM | TRANSITION TO ADULTHOOD | AUTISM AND OLD AGE | OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS | PRACTICUM STUDENTS | NO DONATION DRIVE AT THIS TIME | DISCLOSURES

ABOUT US

INTERNATIONAL AUTISM FOUNDATION (IAF) is a not for profit foundation since 1994. It started by a group of parents from a Northen town in British Columbia, Canada.  The parent founders’ purpose at that time was to independently address the needs of their children with Autism. With its Federal and Provincial registration, IAF began its services to school children diagnosed with Autism in several schools in British Columbia. Years later, IAF evolved into an organization focused on reaching out to clients with Autism residing overseas.

Canadian Special Education Missions Autism Training  (CSEMAT) is the global implementing arm of IAF.

Through its CSEM projects, INTERNATIONAL AUTISM FOUNDATION provides modest ways to promote care, comfort, compassion, understanding, and happiness for the benefit of our clients with Autism, one person at a time.

IAF aspires to provide its clients an opportunity to  

experience a meaningful life…

 A life enriched with hope, dignity , quality and self-worth...

 A life with a sense of direction and independence beyond mere survival...

 A life where clients can become valuable part of their communities...