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.
Our Fall 2017 Newsletter is Here!
Our Fall edition features back to school tips, natural disaster resources and great Fall tv FIND OUT MORE
Join Other GAN Members at the CSUF Social
Volunteer to help at the Spooktacular Social at Cal State Fullerton on October 22, 2017. Help to greet and register our guests and enjoy a great afternoon with other GAN members. Register online here
FDA Warns of Products Claiming to Sure Autism
The Food and Drug Administration is cautioning that many products claiming to cure or treat autism are bogus and may in fact be dangerous. FIND OUT MORE
A Project Talent/Family-Genetic Study of Autism
Were you in high school in 1960? Do you remember taking a test for Project Talent? If so, you can help! Project Talent and Northwestern University are collaborating on a generational autism research study. Go here for additional information.
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
Cost-Free Membership in GAN is Available to Grandparents Everywhere!
Sign up here to receive the next copy of GAN's e-Newsletter. Newsletters focus on grandparents and offer suggestions about how they can increase personal and community support for their families.
Downsizing? Donate for GAN's eBay Site and Support our Efforts! Proceeds benefit families affected by autism. Learn how you can help here. To donate items in good condition or to buy from our eBay site go here
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.