As we close out this year, instead of sending a long email discussing everything we’ve done, we wanted to quickly highlight GRASP’s achievements in 2020 and thank you for your support! … More Good-bye 2020, and Happy New Year!
I began to walk forward and, before I had the chance to say that I was going to use the bathrooms to wash my hands, which is part of the county mandate, she said the dreaded words, “You have to prove it!” … More “You Have to Prove it!”: Aggressions Toward a Disabled Person Trying to Buy Groceries
Time management is a specific and important executive function that can bring structure, routine, and a sense of predictability to our days, weeks, and months even in a chaotic and stressful world. … More Under Stay-At-Home Orders?: How to Organize your Day during the Pandemic
As many organizations are cancelling much needed services and support without offering alternatives, we have decided to expand our free resources. … More Offering extra online chat groups & supports
Within this blog post we’ve included resources for Autistics and disabled students transitioning to their communities and students transitioning to post-secondary education. … More Life After High School Graduation: Resources to transition to community living or post-secondary education