An Autism Improvised Transitions Program
For young women. Focus is on self-advocacy, self-realization, personal safety, and well-being as they grow toward adulthood. (Eligibility requirements.)
Our transitions programs, Code Breakers and Bright Paths, help our young adults break the code and gain a better grasp of social cues and communication. A robust approach to real life issues, these programs are tailored to the needs of the group. Through role play, understanding context, and coached discussion in a
supportive and non-judgmental environment, our participants hone their critical thinking skills and gain the self-reliance toward success in all aspects of daily living.
Typically, SIX intensive weekly classes for highly motivated young adults. Must have language skills strong enough to participate in discussions that develop critical thinking and self-advocacy skills.
Cash Check, Credit card accepted. NOW, GCSS, AADD, ES Champions for Children accepted. Others considered. Most HSA plans accept our activities. We are a Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation (GVRA) direct services provider.
“The Well” Youth Ministry Bldg on campus of
Smyrna First Baptist:
1335 Church St SE Smyrna 30080
(May not show up correctly on GPS; located at the rear of parking lot at Atlanta Rd and Church St.)
Group now forming for high school or middle school girls. Contact us for more info.
6 Saturdays: 12:30-1:30 (Starting as soon as minimum enrollment is reached! Group forming for high school or middle school girls)
Location: The Hirsch Academy
705 S Candler St, Decatur 30030
6 Tuesdays 7:00 - 8:00 pm ($250)
Fall 1: September 12 - October 17
Fall 2: November 7 - December 19
NO CLASSES November 21
(Currently on waitlist)
Established group of young women who are eager to welcome new friends)
THURSDAYS (NE COBB/ROSWELL)
Location: Private Residence near Roswell (Johnson Ferry and Post Oak Tritt Rds, Marietta GA 30062)
6 Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 pm ($250)
Fall 1: August 17 to September 21
Fall 2: October 12 to November 16
Group now forming for high school or middle school girls
Ask how you can bring Bright Paths to your neighborhood, school, post secondary program, workplace, or other organization!