Fee-for-service programs we offer to the community.
Virtual Autism Assessments
We offer low cost and affordable autism assessment services from the comfort of your phone or computer, nationally and internationally. We worked with Autistic and Neurodivergent adults to tailor the process to be as neuro-positive as possible. All of our assessment providers are later in life Autistic or Neurodivergent diagnosed or identified. Because of the high likelihood of co-occurring diagnoses in late in life identified Autistics, we also offer ADHD, OCD, and PTSD testing. Learn more about our packages on our virtual autism assessments page, https://grasp.org/assessment-services/
We are excited to offer our affordable program of individualized coaching sessions for Autistics, Neurodivergent adults, and families. The cost of these sessions are subsidized by a grant, meaning we get to offer this in-depth support at a lower cost to families. Sessions provide coaching in multiple topic areas and may be tailored to meet your specific needs. Coaching sessions are offered virtually nationwide and internationally. Learn more on our coaching page, https://grasp.org/coaching/.
Executive & Non-profit Consulting
We are excited to offer our years of expertise in the non-profit sector to provide executive consulting for organizations and administrators. Consulting sessions are offered virtually nationwide or in-person. Learn more on our consulting page, https://grasp.org/executive-non-profit-consulting/.
Continuing Education & Professional Development:
GRASP provides professional development, workshops, and presentations for organizations, schools, corporations, universities, and national and regional conferences on a variety of topics related to the Autism Spectrum and disability. These presentations are built from our professional experience, offer research and evidence-based best practices, and include input from Autistic, Neurodivergent, and disabled individuals. Learn more on our education page, https://grasp.org/education/.
While providing transition services in school district sites, we realized that organized, recreational activities were desperately needed by the Autistic, Neurodivergent, and disabled students. With coaching certifications from US Soccer and NFHS, including safety and adaptive sports, our staff have been able to apply their years of athletic experience and training to create specific programming for the Autism and Neurodivergent community. Learn more on our programs page, https://grasp.org/soccer/.