Don’t underestimate a person with autism. Try to understand them.



Anikó Burján, the founder of LilyPED, holds a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology from McGill University and more than fifteen years of professional experience working with children on the autism spectrum and intellectual disabilities in various educational and clinical settings both in England and in Canada. She has been giving workshops related to autism to educators and social care workers for the past 8 years throughout Quebec and Hungary. Trained in various approaches (ABA, DIR Floortime, SCERTS, PECS, TEACCH, Multimodal Functional Approach, and SACCADE), she uses a comprehensive child centered approach in her work. In addition to her expertise in intervention, she has also been participating in diagnostic evaluations as part of an interdisciplinary team for the past four years. She is qualified to administer ADOS and ADI-R evaluations.  Working for a CSSS for the past five years and prior to that for a federal First Nation’s agency, has helped her develop an understanding of the health and social services system in Québec.  She is a member of the Québec Order of Psychoeducators.

Using her professional knowledge combined with creativity, she has been developing various educational materials aiming to help children with autism overcome daily challenges, develop a sense of self-understanding and navigate the social world.


Discover the Potential in each child and give them the right Education to maximize their Development.

Anikó Burján

Master’s in Educational Psychology McGill University