SW WA Dads’ Autism Support Group
Autism Empowerment facilitates a monthly support group in Vancouver, WA for men living in, working in or visiting the Southwest Washington area. Our support group has been meeting most months since 2013 and newcomers are always welcome.
Casual – Impactful – Meaningful Support
Monthly meetings with Quarterly family events
Open to dads, grandfathers and male caregivers who are supporting children, teens and adults of all ages with Autism, Asperger’s or other neurological differences.
Sometimes we have monthly topics of discussion. Often the men will talk about what is important to us at the time. We consider ourselves a friendly and open group who wants the best for our youth and adults we support. We also enjoy doing quarterly events.
- Bring: Yourself and any resources you might like to share
- Snacks, beverages and sponsorship provided by Autism Empowerment
Please join us at our next meeting! We have support meetings on the 3rd Friday of most months from 7 – 9 PM. We also invite you and your family to join in with other Autism Empowerment activities.
Who is the support group for?
Support for Dads, Grandfathers & Male Caregivers
When does the group meet?
The group meets the 3rd Friday of most months from 7:00 – 9:00 pm (sometimes we stay later if needed)
Friday, November 18th
Friday, December 16th
Friday, January 20th
Friday, February 17th
Friday, March 17th
Friday, April 21st
Other dates to be added later!
How much does it cost to take part?
Group meetings are Free. We provide pizza and drinks. Donations to Autism Empowerment are always appreciated and tax-deductible.
Where does the group meet?
The group currently meets within The Arc of Southwest Washington Family Center which is located at 6511 NE 18th St., Vancouver WA. (This is the same building where Autism Empowerment has our office.)
Who can I contact if I have questions?
Our facilitator and co-founder is John Krejcha.
If you have questions about the club, please contact John.360-601-4678 (cell/text) email@example.com https://www.facebook.com/groups/340499526101697/
If you have questions about Autism Empowerment, please feel free to contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (360) 852-8369.