GRASP’s History

The idea of the Global and Regional Asperger Syndrome Partnership, was first discussed by a group of individuals with Asperger's Syndrome seeking to form an organization run by people with Asperger's and Autism Spectrum Disorders, which helped their peers. In 2003, GRASP was formed from a generous grant and fellowship provided by the FAR Fund, based at the Fund for Social Change in New York City.

GRASP collaborates with: AHA-NY (Asperger's Syndrome & High Function Autism Association), the Autism Society of America & their national chapters, AFAA (Advancing Futures for Adults with Autism), Anderson Center for AutismCO/LAB, the D.J. Fiddle Foundation, Intuitive Transitions, New York Collaborates for Autism, Specialisterne, the Warner Fund, and service agencies such as JobPath, the New York City Special Education School District 75, research institutions such as the NYU's Center for Brain Health.

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GRASP Endorsed Apps:

 Visual Routine, by Pufferfish Apps

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