Autism Parent Support Group
Gain insight and be inspired when you connect with other families of children with autism.
One of the best ways to meet other families that have a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is through a support group. Connecting with families of children with similar needs can offer encouragement and insight into raising a child with autism. Our autism parent support group is a safe and supportive place to share experiences, to get information and advice, and know that you are not alone.
Tuesday, January 12th 5:30 - 6:30
Email for the Zoom link.
"I've worked with many therapists and I've taken courses and attended many seminars regarding ASD over the last twelve years. This course, by far, taught me the most helpful and applicable things to implement on a daily basis to improve the lives of me, my child, and our whole family."
"Finally, some practical parenting tools from a support local organization knowledgeable about my child's unique needs."
- Ellen Kathren, mom of 10-year-old with autism
- Amy Anderson, mom of a 12-year-old with autism
"We received my son's diagnosis last year, I felt lost, overwhelmed, alone and spent a lot of time in denial. This class helped me learn that in our daily lives, thee are so many opportunities to give my son and my other children, experiences that truly make life long changes. At the end of the class I felt empowered and armed with knowledge to make a difference!"
- Aileen Eriksen, mom of a 3-year-old with autism
"If you have a child with autism you MUST take this class!
- Sarah Smith, mom of 6-year-old with autism