Welcome and thank you for visiting the Global & Regional Asperger Syndrome Partnership’s website!
Follow the instructions below for sending emails with requests for resources and support. Please add email@example.com to your email address book to ensure you receive our response. If you are able to donate, any amount is appreciated and tax deductible. Thank you!
How to email in:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information, using the resource you’re seeking as the email’s subject. For example, Email Subject: “GRASP’s Autism Assessment services.” The more information you can provide, the better we are able to locate resources. If you are emailing in on behalf of another adult, such as a partner, sibling, client, or your adult child, they MUST be cc’ed in the email to ensure they are consenting to receive the information.
When you email in, you will immediately receive an automated email as receipt that we’ve gotten your request, however, if you have not received an email fulfilling your request within a week, please email in again. Please follow these steps so we can get back to you faster and fulfill your request.
About GRASP’s Autism Assessment services:
Thanks for your interest in this new service! The demand for neuro-positive formal diagnosis is greater than we expected. And so we request, before you email in about GRASP’s Autism Assessment Services, please visit the Autism Assessments page and read through the FAQs. (If you are unable to do so for disability reasons, we understand and will respect you request for more information via email).
Additionally, we are now scheduling in August of 2022. As these dates are over a year out, we’re not requiring people submit a deposit or financial assistance paperwork until closer to their scheduled session. Also, we make every attempt to gauge and update when we expect to be booking sessions, however, sessions may be booking later once you’ve gone through the intake process. Thanks for your understanding and patience!
What to include in your email :
- Autism support group for Autistic adults (ages 18+)
- Autism support group for Autistic teens (include their age)
- Autism support group for Autistic children (include their age)
- Autistic parent support group
- Career counseling
- Case management
- Couple’s therapist
- Diagnosis (from a psychologist or psychological associate in your community or state)
- Gender transition support
- GRASP’s Autism Assessment Services
GRASP’s Coaching Services (only tele-health visits and cash pay; financial assistance options) GRASP In-person Support Group membership (no cost)
- GRASP Online membership (no cost)
- Job coaching
- Transition from high school support
- Parents/Family/Caregiver support group
- Psychiatrist (medication management)
- Vocational Rehabilitation
Information and referral disclaimer: We do not provide crisis intervention services. If you are in crisis or experiencing a medical emergency, please contact your local mental health provider or visit your closest emergency room. We are not affiliated with grief counseling after drug overdose, animal rescue, or math tutoring. A referral to a community service or psychologist, is not a recommendation of that psychologist’s services or of that community resource. Please check with your health insurance provider to determine what services are covered under your health plan. Additionally, your health insurance provider is required to provide a list of providers in your area whom offer the services you are seeking. Finally, one can expect an autism evaluation in the community to cost between $500-$8,000; the final cost will depend on the region, if and how much insurance covers, and if the provider offers a sliding scale. GRASP’s autism assessment service costs only $750, or less depending on one’s financial situation. Please review our privacy statement for confidentiality concerns.