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Support groups

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Have you ever been embarrassed by a public tantrum at the grocery store or restaurant? Trust me...you aren't the

only one. Join a support group to build community with other families, share tips, and encourage each other. In many support groups, you will find families who have already been through what you are going through. You can gain many tips and resources to strengthen your understanding of your child and his/her needs.

 

Autism

 

East Valley Autism Parents Support Group
First Tuesday of every month.
Contact: Janet Kirwin, 480-632-5719

 

East Valley Autism Support Group for Spanish-Speakers (Espanól)
2nd Tuesday of every month.
Contact: Alberto Serpias 480-831-1009

 

 

North Phoenix Autism Parents Support Group
Coco’s Restaurant at Paradise Valley Mall, 4514 E. Cactus Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85032-7702.
Date: Fourth Tuesday of the month, Time: 6:45 pm
contact  info@phxautism.org or call (480) 940-1093 for more information or  Cynthia Macluskie at (480) 585-9312 or via email at cynthia.marksmom@cox.net.

 

 

West Valley Autism Support Meetings
Every 2nd Tuesday of the month, 7-9pm
Prayer Center - New Life Community Church
8155 W Thunderbird Rd., Peoria AZ 85381
Contact info: Shelly Vinsant, shellyvin@cox.net, 623-572-5289, 623-261-9385

 

 

Greater Phoenix Chapter Autism Society of America
http://www.phxautism.org
email marlene@kenyonzoo.com or call 623-879-7577

 

 

Arizona Autism Support
www.arizonaautismsupport.org
Includes a Men's Group that meets once a month.
For details contact: Jason Geroux (480) 748-8620 or Email: mensgroup@arizonaautismsupport.com

 

 

AZ ASSIST:  Autism Spectrum Support, Information & Strategies for Transition
Focus is on the transition issues students with HFA & Asperger’s face as they enter the adult world: Career, Independent Living, Social & Recreation, and Housing
www.azassist.wetpaint.com

 

 

KIDS WITH AUTISM CAN, an Arizona not for profit organization, strives to create a community of families with children on the Autistic Spectrum.  http://kidswithautismcan.org/

 

 

SUPPORTIVE RESOURCES 

Here is a touching blog written by a mom. 

Parent Blog about autism.doc

 

 

 

 

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