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Our ASCV Caregivers of Adults with ASD Support Group is meeting virtually one Thursday evening a month. This is a great opportunity to ask questions, share resources, and connect with other caregivers.
The ASCV Guys Group is for Dads and other paternal caregivers. This is a great opportunity to meet other caregivers, ask questions, share resources, and just take a break with a group of guys who understand the world of autism. The group meets monthly and is co-led by two ASCV Dads.
Grandparents have a unique role in the lives of their grandchild(ren) with autism, and they are often looked to as an important source of love, guidance, connection, and support. We host a monthly support group for autism grandparents, and this is a great opportunity to ask questions, share resources, and connectque with other grandparents.
Online meeting via zoom (Virginia Beach) Starts by: 12:00 PM Hosted by:Nicole Miller Phone:757-461-4474 Overview of Autism, Resources and the Autism Society Tidewater
Online meeting via zoom (Virginia Beach) Starts by: 12:00 PM Hosted by:Nicole Miller Phone:757-461-4474 Online Meeting to Discuss Additional Resources and Transition to Adulthood
Do you or a loved one have a disability? Would you like a night of fun and fellowship with opportunities to connect with other families and community resources? Come out to our: Family Celebration & Mini disAbility Resource Fair! This is a free event and will be co-hosted by Central Virginia’s Individual and Family Support…
When searching for resources, supports and services, people with disabilities often have to tell their story over and over and over and over…….You get the idea. But what if there was a better way. What if they could tell their story once. What if there were a way for that story to be shared safely…
PREP Parent Resource Center is offering several free workshops in October: Parenting for Resiliency on Thursday, October 10th from 6 p.m. to 7:30 pm. This workshop covers the basics of brain science and specific parenting strategies to support building resiliency in children.
Families of children who have just received a diagnosis of autism can be overwhelmed thinking about what to do next. They have a lot of information to sift through, including advice from professionals and various websites, blogs, and social media sites. If you are a parent, the following resources are a great place to start.…