AutismConnect Luxembourg:

Building Inclusion

We shape an inclusive society together with and for autistic people.

We have signed the contract with the Ministry of Digitalisation. Now we can officially start our work! We are very happy to be able to develop the app ALBI for autistic people and their environment.

Ready to participate? We’ll see you in the focus groups!

We are developing an app for autistic people and their environment. It should enable an improved exchange of important and individual information. In addition, people should be supported well and quickly in everyday life! In this way, we are developing a competent and autism-friendly community together and everyone can contribute their knowledge, needs and skills.

You can help developing the app! No matter if you are autistic or non-autistic. We are currently looking for people with autism, parents, colleagues, employers and professionals.

What do we discuss in the focus groups?

We want ALBI to be tailored to the needs of future users as effectively as possible. That’s why we are organizing focus groups where autistic and non-autistic individuals, parents, colleagues, employers, and professionals come together to gather ideas and opinions for the ALBI app. The app developers will then
use the information from all participants to design the content and appearance of the app. We ask important questions to all interested parties. Here are some examples:
  • What barriers and challenges do you encounter in your daily life?
  • What is missing in existing offerings / services related to autism and inclusion?
  • What are important features for the ALBI app in your opinion?
  • What colors and fonts do you find practical?
  • Which operating system does your phone use?
  • What do you expect from the volunteers who will support the SOS function?


How and when can I participate?

Everyone can choose how and when they want to participate in a session. We offer both in-person group sessions and zoom sessions. Interested individuals can also request an online individual session via zoom or send us their answers in a document. You will only participate in one session. Would you like to share your opinion with us? Then register via one of these links!
Monday, August 21, 2023
Possible times: From 14:00 to 16:00 or from 16:15 to 18:15. Venue: Luxembourg City.
We will send the exact address.
Tuesday, August 22, 2023
Possible times: 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm.
Monday, August 21, 2023
Tuesday, August 22,2023
Possible times: Between 7:30 and 20:30.

“Hey, you got a moment? Let’s apply with our project!”

That’s how it all started. Some intense days and long nights later we sent off the applications.

How it’s going? Starting in July 2023 this year we’ll start working on another project to unleash human potential.

Meet ALBI – AutismConnect Luxemburg: Building Inclusion. A digital application to create awareness, offer tools and support in challenging situations. For both autistic people and their social environment.

On June 13 2023 was the first official step to launch the project together with the ministry of digitalisation. Thanks for creating such an amazing opportunity to drive positive impact in Luxembourg 🙏

What is the project about? Watch our video!

ALBI was developed to achieve three objectives:


– Information and awareness raising on the topic of autism

– Developing a community and connecting autistic and non-autistic people

– Offering support to autistic people in challenging situations that are not adjusted to their needs





Are you from the press and interested in our project or autism? Then please feel free to contact us so that together we can bring the topic and the app to the wider public, grow the community and enable people to get the support they need to live a dignified life with access to education, work and participation in society.

“We have read your description and find it super interesting and we would be very happy to support and collaborate with you!”

Dr. Andreia Costa & Maïte Franco

Research Scientist & Doctoral Candidate, Autism Research, University of Luxembourg

“That means you can become a volunteer for the app later? I would be interested in that.”


Autistic young man, Artist & Educator

“I think the idea is simply ingenious. It will definitely work well. When it’s published, I’ll give this to my child. (…) I don’t know how the users will ever thank you enough for the support! Keep me posted on when the app comes into use.”

Patricia M.

Mother of an autistic person

“I find your project super and inspiring. I don’t know if I am your direct target group, but I would be interested in learning more about volunteering with the ALBI project, to possibly help out.”


Social Media Manager


Inclusion does not happen by itself. It needs the cooperation of many contributors. Knowledge and competence are needed, as well as time and budget. Thanks to the call for projects from the Ministry of Digitalisation and the cooperation with competent partners, we now have many good resources to implement an ambitious large-scale project. List of partners follows.

supported by the Ministry of Digitalisation Luxembourg

supported by the University of Luxembourg

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