Families of individuals on the autism spectrum face particular challenges, and often feel isolated. That’s why, as part of its Homestead Center project for adults on the autism spectrum, Cape Abilities is offering a new networking and support group for families.

The next meeting will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21 at 939 Route 6A, Unit D, Yarmouth Port. Parents and family members of people with ASD of all ages are invited to share experiences, questions and tips. Adam Wannie, LMHC, will facilitate the meeting.

For information about the support group, please contact Glenn Loomis at 774-487-2805 or [email protected]

The Homestead Center will be built on the site of a working farm owned and operated by Cape Abilities, and will include day programs that incorporate horticultural, culinary and  life skills, and resources for families. For more information, visit www.CapeAbilities.org.

 

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