It is with great sadness that we must inform you:
Due to uncontrollable circumstances
The Friendship Network must close it's doors at this time.
Thank you to everyone in the community for their support through the years.
Professional communication and interaction skills for the work place:
Self-advocacy and self-disclosure*
Identifying and accommodating concept gaps
Managing sensory issues
*Pre-requisite: familiarity with diagnosis
They may have the hard skills necessary to perform the tasks, but they lack the soft skills necessary to obtain and maintain a job.
We can help!
Who is it for?
Call Tiffany Kline at 508.393.0030 or email: email@example.com
Program Director Nancy Swanberg, MS, LMHC
Nancy Swanberg, MS, LMHC is founder and executive director of The Friendship Network for Children, a nonprofit organization serving children, teen, and young adults on the autism spectrum. She is also a licensed mental health counselor and provides psychotherapy via The Friendship Network. Additionally, Nancy has a degree in Vocational Rehabilitation, both at the bachelor’s and master’s level. She has been a vocational evaluator and directed rehabilitation programs for adults. Nancy is uniquely qualified to provide “Soft Skills Vocational Training” for Autistic young adults and supervise this program.
Nancy Swanberg authored, “The Connection Formula: How to Autism-ize Your Thinking and Become Your Child’s Lifeline.”
"Increasing autism quality of life: experts at maximizing social, emotional, and vocational independence."
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When does it happen?
This vocational class is a result of our pilot program, Reel Life Skills for Autism.
Enjoy watching our trailer about what we did!