The AAOF supplies information and contact details of special needs professionals working in the Netherlands, either recommended by AAOF members or provided by professionals themselves (professionals who wish to be added to this list have to register online using the Professional Network Form).


The following websites are also a good reference for parents looking for therapists and services:

  • International Therapist Directory - Nederland
    List of international therapists who have a practice in the Netherlands.
    You can find all English speaking psychotherapists, psychologists and coaches here. These therapists have enough knowledge of the English language to be able to give psychotherapy sessions in English.
  • Ergotherapie Nederland
    National association for ergotherapists. Under “Ik ben client”, click on “ zoek een ergotherapeut”. Type the post code or the name of the city where you live and you will get a list of occupational therapists in your area. We recommend you check that they are familiar with sensory integration dysfunction (sensorische integratie) and that they are working normally with children.
  • NSSI - Nederlandse Stichting voor Sensorische Informatieverwerking
    National association for Sensory Information Process. Click on "Therapeuten lijst" for a complete list of professionals in your region.


Professional Network Form

Please fill in and send this form if you are a Practitioner, Teacher or other individual based in The Netherlands and providing services to families and children affected by Autism and other special needs. Your details will then be added to the Professional Network List.

The AAOF is a support group run by VOLUNTEERS. It doesn't offer in any case job positions or internship/training possibilities.

The fields marked with * are compulsory.

Professional Category *

Name *


Profession *


Summary of Services *

Services recognized by the Dutch
Health Autority



Street Address

Postal/Zip Code



Telephone 1

Telephone 2

Email *

Web Site

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