Third Thursday - Grandparents: How They Can Help Parents with ASD

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Grandparents: How They Can Help Parents with ASD
December 15, 2016

Grandparents can play a significant role in supporting their adult children who are dealing with the challenges of ASD. Jennifer Krumins, a teacher, consultant and parent will talk about the many ways grandparents can support both the grandchild with ASD and the parents who are learning about living with autism.

10 Ways to Make a Difference in your Grandchilds life