Autism in Greece (vid)

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  Apr 01, 2021


A rich and multifaceted documentary on autism was created by the scientific team of

The documentary presents autism in all its forms and answers questions that concern thousands of parents.



In the documentary, the speakers who took part were important figures of the scientific community and not only. The following participated:


 Vaios Dafoulis: Child Psychiatrist Doctor of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Director of the Child Psychiatric Clinic of Hippocratic Hospital of Thessaloniki


 Anna Sampsonidou: Founding member and representative of the Hellenic Scientific Society of Sensory Integration


 Charalambos Papazoglou: Therapist of Therapeutic Basketball Academy Mind Speech & Sports


 Chryssa Chantavaridou: Therapist of Therapeutic Basketball Academy Mind Speech & Sports


 Dimitra Akritidou: Deputy Mayor of Education of the Municipality of Thessaloniki


 Ada Stamatatou mother of Giannis, author of the book "Raising an autistic child", ambassador of OAR run for autism


 Olga Paizi: Psychopedagogue


 Angelos Loustas: Principal of the 53rd Primary School


 Panagiotis Adamou: Speech therapist at SMEA


 Dimitris Dantamis: Speech Therapist M.Ed. in oral speech disorders, accompaniment of parallel support


 Dimitra Papadopoulou: Graduate of the Pedagogical Department of Preschool Education of the University of Thessaly, Postgraduate Studies in Play Therapy, at Centro Humana, La Coruña, Spain and a member of Play Therapy International (PTI)


 Stella Papathanassiou: Speech Therapist, Certified Instructor of Therapeutic Equestrian and Hippotherapy









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