OVA Autisme Suisse Association

A better future
for children
with autism

We provide ABA / ESDM care for these children and train the caregivers and professionals.

Our goal is to improve the skills, independence and socialization of children with ASD in order to promote their inclusion.


“C. (4 and a half years old) is a mischievous and energetic little girl who doesn’t hesitate to offer plenty of beautiful smiles. She loves bouncing balls and when she throws them, she hops around laughing.
A small activity for a big joy.”

Megane, Therapist.

“K. (5 years old) is a calm and very meticulous child. His passion?
Create hats with any object that seems to fit the idea of a headpiece. One day during a transfer game,
K. noticed this colander and after cleaning it,
gently placed it on his head with a huge smile.”

Marta, Therapist


“A. (13 years old) is a teenager in all his glory.
Very sensitive to all sounds, he likes atypical things like the sound of nails and screws falling on the box which give him pleasure, calm and fun. One could easily compare this
to the sound of rain against the windows.”

Marta, Therapist



A world

Autism is another way of seeing the world, it is not a disease.

A world with heightened sensory sensitivity, specific interests, difficulties in social interactions, and a lack of understanding of the second degree.

1% of children worldwide are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.

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Our reason for being:
To enable children with autism spectrum disorders to have a better future by providing behavioral, developmental and educational care.

Inform, guide and train caregivers and professionals.

Manage cross-curricular collaborations and networks to support the child’s inclusion in school.

Seek funding to enable children whose parents are in precarious situations to access care with continuous, personalized and intensive follow-up.


Join OVA

OVA’s field of action covers several areas including the care of children with autism spectrum disorders, training and supervision of caregivers and professionals, and active participation in networks in charge of the follow-up and inclusion of children in school.

Training and/or
working with OVA

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Did you know that? The first World Autism Awareness Day was declared on April 2, 2008 by the...


The life of the association

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