ESIPP conference

Multiplier conference within the ESIPP project held in March 2018 in Limassol, Cyprus

Focus on Autism

Participation of MSSA members at the international conference "Focus on Autism" held in September 26-29th, 2018 at the Pedagogical University in Krakow, Poland

ReAttach conference

President of MSSA attended the first ReAttach Conference held from 14th to 15th April 2018 in Eindhoven, the Netherlands

Guide for a museum program for children / people with autism

Promotion of the Guide for a museum program for children / people with autism and their families held on October 2nd at the Museum of the Macedonian Struggle in Skopje, Macedonia

9th last meeting of colleagues involved in the ESIPP project at the Faculty of Educaonal and Rehabilitation Sciences in Zagreb, Croatia in July 2018

ESIPP conference: "Help and support for parents with autism"

ESIPP conference: "Help and support for parents with autism" held on November 1st in theMuseum of Macedonian Struggle in Skopje, Macedonia


Institute of Special Education and Rehabilitation,
Faculty of Philosophy, University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius"
Goce Delchev 9A, 1000 Skopje
Phone. +389 2/3116-520 (ext. 234); fax. +389-2-3118-143

2nd Scientific ReAttach ConferenceMay 29/30 2020 – Skopje, Macedonia“Embracing Complexity Makes Sense”!


Call for abstracts


We invite all interested colleagues for abstract submissions for oral and poster presentations at the 2nd Scientific ReAttach Conference which will held May 29-30, 2020 in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. The event will be organized by ReAttach Therapy International Foundation from The Netherlands and the Macedionian Scientific Society for Autism from Macedonia.


The general theme of the 2nd ReAttach Conference is “embracing complexity”. Autism will remain one of the main topics of the ReAttach Conference. A special focus lies on accessible and affordable interventions to support individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders.

Abstract submission should link with one of the conference themes:


1. ReAttach


2. Autism Spectrum Disorders


3. Neurodevelopmental diversities


4. Clinical Psychiatry


5. Neuro-Rehabilitation


6. Special Education


7. Motor Imagery


Confirmed Keynote Speakers:



Confirmed Keynote Speakers:


Conference website Visit and submit your abstract at The latest information about this conference you can find there. You can also find speakers guidelines and rules for abstract submission here.


Annual meeting 2018


The Macedonian Scientific Society for Autism is honored to invite you to the Annual Assembly that will be held at the NGO center at the Youth Cultural Center in Skopje on 21.12.2018 (Friday), starting at 13:00, with the following


1. Adoption of the Minutes of the Annual General Meeting for 2017;
2. Admission of new members;
3. Election of a new Vice President;
4. Election of a new technical secretary;
5. Work report of 2018;
Prof. Dr. Vladimir Trajkovski
6. Financial report for 2018;
Associate Prof. Dr. Vladimir Ilievski
7. Work program of the Assembly in 2019;
Ivana Vasilevska Petrovska, M.Sc.
8. Sexual Education of People with Autism Spectrum Disorders- Application of Social Stories Technique;
Tanja Stankova, M.Sc.

9. Miscellaneous

Skopje                                                                                     President of MSSA
15.12.2018                                                                     Prof. Dr. Vladimir Trajkovski

New Erasmus plus project: AUTISM PCP-A hollistic approach of person-centred planning for people with Autism

AUTISM PCP is an innovative cross-sectoral partnership project with strong European added value; as such, ‘AUTISM PCP’ addresses important horizontal as well as sectoral priorities for the European Union, such as ‘social inclusion, adult learning policies and Early School Leaving (ESL).
The main objectives of  ‘AUTISM_PCP’ are:
– Empowerment of individuals at risk of social exclusion and more specifically empowerment
of ASC individuals.
– Strengthening of the overall effort for social inclusion and integration of ASC individuals at
mainstream education & society at large.
– Enhancing competences of professionals and all those individuals, such as family members
& relatives, etc., involved in the life of ASC individuals.
– Raise awareness  to the general public with regards to social inclusion of pupils with Autism.