The monthly meetings provide a tremendous opportunity to connect with families going through exactly what you are. There will be experienced SASS members who will be more than happy to share their valuable experience and insight with you. They will also provide words of comfort and optimism about the next chapter of your journey.
You can also reach out to SASS directly for individual mentoring. We are fortunate enough to have a few members who have specifically volunteered to assist with mentoring. Simply provide us with a brief overview of your situation, including:
Age of child affected by ASD
When you received your diagnosis
Anything else you'd like to share
You can email us directly from the Contact page.
Taking Care of Yourself
Being a caregiver to someone with special needs can be overwhelming and it's often hard to take care of yourself. Click HERE to learn more.
Other Parental Supports
You may also be interested in learning more about joining:
Autism BC a parent-based and directed society
Autism Community Training (ACT) lists workshops and conferences in B.C. related to autism and other special needs that are provided by local agencies and organizations.