Happy Fall everyone! We hope you are staying safe and able to get the support you need during this time. We are delighted to be able offer the following free resources to GRASP Members.
We’re excited to announce a new support group in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The facilitator, Victoria, is a social work student and looking forward to connecting with more Autistic adults. For the time being, the group will meet virtually through Zoom, with plans to meet in-person for community outings in the future.
In other support group news- GRASP Los Angeles has begun a virtual book club. Their first book is, No One is Too Small To Make a Difference by fellow Aspie Greta Thunberg. The group plans to read a new book every few months. If you’re in the Los Angeles area and interested in participating, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, we are reinstating our Over 50’s Virtual chat group. The group will meet on the third Wednesday from 4:30-5:30pm Eastern time, with the first meeting on October 21, 2020. We will be moving our parents, family members, and NT significant others chat to the fifth Wednesdays of each month and will meet again on March 31, 2021. To see the list of when support and chat groups meet visit, https://grasp.org/memebershipsupportgroups/
If you’re interested in participating in our GRASP Online or In-Person groups, reach out to us via email through https://grasp.org/contact/ to become a member. GRASP Membership (ages 18+) is free and entitles you to participate in our programming. Learn more at https://grasp.org/resources/. As always, if you need help and are struggling to find it, reach out to us for information and resources referrals in your area via https://grasp.org/contact/.