Who & What: Neurodivergent young adults ages 18-22 will meet with their peers to connect and learn together. The group will provide a safe place to talk about individual goals and struggles, and to recognize individual strengths and challenges as they transition to adulthood. Topics will be identified by the group members and the clinician leading the group. Group members will build awareness and skills necessary for a happy adulthood through discussion, instruction and practice. This group is appropriate for motivated young adults who are interested in continuing to learn and to develop relationships after high school.
When: Thursdays October 27 — December 15 // 5 pm—6 pm. No group on Thanksgiving.
Cost: The group is free of charge, but space is limited — so sign up soon!
How Do I Sign Up?: Call Janet at 815-288-1905 x106 for questions and to register by September 28th. If you want to download the pdf flyer version for this information: “Relationships: After the High School Years – Young Adults.”
Your friends have provided this weekly program at Florissa in conjunction with TAP (The Autism Program of Illinois). Funding is provided in whole or in part by The Autism Program of Illinois and the Illinois Department of Human Services.