Parents of Autistic Adults Support Group (Free)

Please register here to indicate you are interested in hearing about the next session which will likely happen in early January. This free four-week program over Zoom is designed to support parents of adults on the spectrum and other neurodiversities. In addition to connecting with other parents, we will discuss how autism impacts each adult child and how to support and coach them toward creating connected, meaningful lives in which they can thrive. 

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When

  • Please register your interest. When I am ready to start a new group, I will send a survey asking about your day/time preferences.

Topics Covered

  • Week 1: What parents of adults need to know about autism

  • Week 2: Why they don't just do what you want them to do

  • Week 3: How to support adult children in enhancing their social life

  • Week 4: What success can look like

Registration

Please indicate your interest here. I will contact you when the next session is starting (probably in January) and give you a survey to indicate your day/time preferences.

FAQs

Who is facilitating the group?

Your facilitator is Patty Laushman of Thrive Autism Coaching. 

Who is this group for?

The group is for parents, stepparents, guardians, and caretakers of neurodivergent adults who are struggling with college, career, or life, and who want to connect with others who may be having similar experiences.

What if my adult child does not have a formal diagnosis?

If you suspect your adult child has autism, ADHD, or any other neurodiversity that can make daily life more challenging, you are welcome. No formal diagnoses are required. 

How much does it cost?

This group is being sponsored by Thrive Autism Coaching and is being offered at no cost.

I have another question

Feel free to contact Patty Laushman through the contact form by clicking the contact button below.

 

After only two sessions of this group, I can say this has completely transformed my entire household. My daughter can tell my husband and I are getting coaching because we are interacting completely differently with her. 

Parent Participant