We are a nonprofit devoted to assisting independent autistic adults with various forms of support. With the benefit of donations and corporate sponsors, we are offering socialization training to a select group of ASD adults.
Guidance Resources for Independent People — GRIP is certified by UCLA to provide this special socialization education (PEERS). ASD adults frequently struggle with social deficits such as; social isolation, cultivating friendships, communication, work related interaction, romance, and over-dependence on caregivers.
We are here to help!
If you or someone you know would benefit from this training, please contact us using the post form!
Based on the your response, we will determine the amount of interest, number of selected candidates, an appropriate location venue, dates, times and options for virtual participation. GRIP also offers private training to those who find that more facilitating.
Explore www.GRIP.charity for more information.
GRIP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit incorporated in Virginia. Email [email protected] or call 703-375-9930.
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