The Help Group is pleased to offer ongoing support groups for parents and families of children, adolescents and young adults with special needs. These groups are open to the public and free of charge. Each group is facilitated by a team of experts, including members of The Help Group's educational and therapeutic staff and fellow parents.
Parent Support Networks
Designed for parents and families of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder, the ASD Parent Support Network provides a caring environment for parents to share experiences, network and learn coping and intervention strategies from other parents, as well as professionals. ASD support groups are open to parents, grandparents and caregivers. The group takes place at The Help Group's Culver City every first Tuesday of the month in English and every third Tuesday of the month in Spanish. The Sherman Oaks parent support network meets the first Wednesday of every month.
Culver City Campus
Culver City, CA 90066
Time: 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Parking Directions for Culver City Campus
For PARKING please enter through 4173 Inglewood Avenue , Culver City, 90066. The parking lot is just past the Keiser Permanente driveway, north of Washington Boulevard. Go through the green gates, park at street level, and follow signs to enter schools. The Village Glen library is a glass-walled room on the corner of the building, across the black top area. A sign that reads Village Glen accentuates this spot.
Para ESTACIONARSE por favor pase la entrada de coches del hospital Keiser Permanente que esta al norte de Washington Boulevard. Entre por las rejas verdes del estacionamiento en 4173 Inglewood Avenue, Culver City, 90066. Estaciónese al nivel de la calle y siga los letreros hacia las escuelas. Al caminar a través del patio, notará que la esquina del edificio tiene paredes de vidrio, allí mismo esta la biblioteca. Un letrero que lee Village Glen marca esta área.
Transitioning Teens & Young Adults
Parent to Parent: A support network of Advance LA
P2P is a free monthly support group for parents of teens and young adults offered by Advance LA. The intention of P2P is to provide a safe space for parents to connect with others dealing with similar issues. At P2P, participants can share struggles and celebrate successes of their young adult children whose transition out of the home is complicated by challenges related to ASD, ADHD and learning differences.