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The Coffee Bean 4 Kids

The Help Group is an awesome client of mine (see thoughts from their Oct Summit at the Skirball Center & hear a parent advocate interview Advance LA).

Please help by dropping by The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf tomorrow: $1 fantastic drinks and all the money goes to The Help Group’s great programs! Tag #TheCoffeeBean4Kids and I’ll share through The Help Group’s twitter account.

Special Needs Transition: podcast

I work with The Help Group to increase their outreach online. One of their programs, Advance LA, is relatively new with many social skills events and transitional efforts for the young adults and parents alike.

Follow @AdvanceLA & http://www.advancela.org for more

I first met Gloria Perez-Walker through Art Meza of the Cypress Park Library, all on Twitter. She’s a wonderful, honest spirit who uses her own experiences to aid parents navigating the autism world. A few weeks ago I answered a tweet where she asked about after school programs, and connected her to Dr. Amy Griffiths, Director of Advance LA.

They had a great interview, and it’s interesting to know what’s out there even if you don’t need the services.

By the way, is it incredibly cool that part of my job is to attend their Halloween events and tweet about them? I think it is.

Listen to internet radio with Advocacy for Busy Parents on Blog Talk Radio. 
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If you like this post, tomorrow’s Funding Fridays highlights the creators of Stay Then Go, a film about how autism affects the family. Watch the video.
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