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Autism Parent Support Group

Last Update:12/13/2017
Contact:Autism Parent Care, LLC
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Address:1033 3rd Avenue SW
Carmel, IN 46032
County:Hamilton
Phone:317–503–1296
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Website:http://www.autismparentcare.com/events/parent-support/
Mission
To provide practical information, education and coaching for parents and caregivers of individuals with autism.  We will assist in navigating through the diagnosis and become a safe place which provides a sounding board for those of us sharing common experiences.  We will facilitate parents in recognizing their needs in order to incorporate a support system that will assist them in everyday life, outside of our group, as situations arise relating to the daily challenges of autism.
Program Description
This group meets the 3rd Thursday of each month from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at 12354 Hancock Street, Carmel IN 46032.

The group is free of charge and open to the public. Attendance at any group session is not contingent upon attendance at any other session (each session stands alone).  Some of the topics which will be covered in this group include (in no particular order):
  • day-to-day living
  • communication challenges
  • treatment and intervention
  • medication
  • education
  • sibling relationships
  • family relationships
  • grief and loss
  • financial planning
  • careers and future planning
Attendance to the parent support group is free.  Please call or email is to reserve your seat. 

This group is specifically geared toward adults, children should not attend (childcare will not be available as this has been a distraction to the group process in the past).
Financial
Services
Autism/PDD
Support Group
Counties Serviced
Hamilton
Marion
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