|EvoLibri offers several group programs that provide additional support, guidance and knowledge in a comfortable environment. We offer classes for teens and young adults, parent support groups, and social clubs. We also like to have fun. And, we believe everyone should have joy, happiness, and social connection in their lives. So, we created a series of social communities based on the principle that everyone should have a peer group where they feel safe and connected. To RSVP and find a list of all of our upcoming classes and social clubs, visit our calendar page.
Please be aware that our youth social groups are meant for those with High Functioning Autism, social anxiety, depression, and learning disabilities. While all groups are supervised by staff, we are not able to accommodate clients who need close supervision or behavior redirection. If in doubt, please ask for a free intake.
|Classes & Social Groups We offer a number of classes for our clients throughout the year. Head to our calendar page for a breakdown of our classes and social meet ups, including topics and dates.
- Academic Success — this 3-hour intro to academic success for college students will run at the start of each term and includes drop-in study hall sessions. Click here for more information.
- CEO of Self Executive Functioning — this series runs continuously through the year to help clients develop EF skills to manage time, space, memory, projects, decision-making, and more! To accommodate different learning styles and help individuals go at their own pace, the course is taught with a 1:1 student-to-instructor ratio. Click here for more information!
- EvoClubs — join us for fun and games at our bi-weekly Friday night social group! Visit our calendar of events to view our EvoClub dates and to register online, or click here for more information.
- LifeLaunch — a two-week crash course on Independent Living Skills, offered during the summer. Registration for summer 2023 now available!
- Networking for Autistic Professionals — this online group meets once a month to discuss issues that autistic employees face in the workplace, including self-advocacy, career development, social skills, and more. Visit our calendar of events to RSVP, or click here for more information.
- PEERS Social Skills Classes — this 14-week class uses the evidence-based PEERS material from UCLA. We run a class for teens and another for young adults, with a supplementary web-based class for parents. Click here for dates and info.
- Self & Sexuality — This 7-week discussion group explores topics of human sexuality in an inclusive, safe environment. Click here for more information.
- Social Coach Approach — This 8-week program is for PEERS® alumni (those who have completed the Teens or Young Adults PEERS® Program). This class is designed to help young adults apply their social skills to real life problems in a team environment. Click here for more information.
- Workplace Adaptability — this 18-week class runs continuously through the year to help new workers learn the soft skills they need to get — and keep — a job.
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Communities & Events for Parents
- Parenting Beyond 18 — Our parents made it clear long ago that they also needed a group where they could discuss the trials and successes of raising a neurodiverse young adult. We meet most months on the first Friday of the month via zoom. Please register and RSVP on our events calendar or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for more? Check out our Resources page for intake and registration forms, podcasts, meditation exercises, and much more!
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