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Support Group for Kids with Parents who have Aspergers

Original post made by Toni, Charleston Gardens, on Oct 24, 2010

All the support groups in this area are for parents with kids with Aspergers. There are just as many parents with Aspergers out there, but no support group for their children. It is quite challenging to be parented by these unique individuals, and their children should have support services.

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Posted by Start one
a resident of Greenmeadow
on Oct 30, 2010 at 6:54 am

Start one. Support groups start with a person interested in and motivated to doing the work to start one.

Don't wait for "someone else" to do it.

Start one, advertise it, plan it, run it, collect dues if you must to pay for the advertising to let people know about it..but just do it.


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