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Children on the Autism spectrum

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Join a small group of parents led by an expert or
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vent, laugh, and cry.

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You need your own support network to fully support your teen. Join a group of about 8 parents who share and listen in confidence. Parent Circles are a safe space to take care of you.

Choose a time: e.g. 6-7 pm Eastern Time (EST) or 6-7 pm Pacific Time (PST)

Meeting online via Zoom

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    Topics we discuss

    Dealing with grief and guilt

    Navigating a teen's emotions as they begin a program

    Supporting siblings of a struggling teen

    See more parent circle topics once you join the community


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    “We didn’t think I needed a parent circle until we experienced one. This is a lonely journey — even if you have great friends, they can’t really relate. Being in a group with other parents on a similar journey is both uplifting and empowerning. “

    — Beth and Nathan R.

    Expert Advice Events

    Expert speakers share tips on everything from parenting a struggling teen to the impact on the whole family and more. We are developing this series and will be adding more soon!

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    Upcoming Events


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    Setting Healthy Boundaries

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    Tuesday Drop-In Virtual Meeting

    First Meeting
    May 21

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    Caring for the caregivers.
    More treatment providers are needed for teens and parents, particularly in under-resourced communities, but the researchers add that a critical way to prevent the many mental health problems that teens are experiencing is to improve the emotional health of parents — “to care for the caregivers.”

    — Study by the Harvard Graduate School of Education

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