The Grandparent Autism Network informs grandparents about autism and the medical, educational, legal and social issues that affect their families, enabling them to share how they may improve the quality of life for their children and grandchildren. Activities include social events for grandparents and grandchildren and advocacy efforts to increase support for autism causes. Networking together, grandparents are a vital resource for autism …and each other.
Autism Glass Project Research
We’re looking to recruit children who: ü are between the ages of 6-12 years old, ü have a clinical diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, ü and receive ABA therapy at least twice per week. Sounds like your child? Here are the next steps… READ MORE
Fall Newsletter 2016
Read about how to participate in your grandchild's school life, teaching independent living in the kitchen, educational apps & software, an update on our Cal State Fullerton community social and more! READ MORE
Autism In Girls
A new study that looks at the male-female differences in autism; girls appear to have different symptoms and may be under-diagnosed. READ MORE
Summer Newsletter 2016
Read about autism service dogs, summer safety issues, applications you can share, new research studies and advocacy for more medical resources. READ MORE
Autism Service Dogs: Pathways to Hope
This program rescues dogs from the pound and assigns each dog to a prisoner who trains the dog with the assistance of professional trainers. READ MORE
On Wednesday, March 30, 2016, the Little Hoover Commission adopted its report on California’s Medicaid dental program, Denti-Cal, entitled “Fixing Denti-Cal.”The report is available on the Commission’s website here.
Cost-Free Membership in GAN is Available to Grandparents Everywhere!
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Looking for more grandparent support? Learn how to find other grandparents who share your concerns and start a new, cost-free group in your community. Find out how to do it here.