Hope Network's autism lecture series continues Wednesday
Caroline MacGregor February 26, 2013 | WGVU Each
month, Family Rounds will focus
on different topics, including social development, housing options, financial
support, job placement, continuing education, transitioning to independence,
federal/state/municipal support, and emotional wellbeing.
The series is open to parents and
the public and takes place at the Hope Network Education Center on 36th
Street in SE Grand Rapids. The next lecture takes place on Wednesday, February 27th from 6:30pm-8pm and will talk about “Options
in Adult Residential Services.”
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