GA-ASFL mentors are volunteers who are passionate about enriching the lives of adults with ASD. Mentors understand the importance of consistency and generously set aside time for scheduled sessions. Mentors know they will be supported at all meetings by a trained and skilled facilitator who serves as a group leader.
No prior experience working with adults with ASD is required to become a mentor. Because mentors give the gifts of precious time and companionship, GA-ASFL covers mentors' expenses at activities. Please contact us if becoming a GA-ASFL is something you'd like to explore!
We are always looking for new members and welcome individuals on the autism spectrum with a variety of levels of disability and ability, as we believe everyone can benefit from shared experiences. If you, a friend, or family member are interested in joining one of our social groups, please contact our Program Director, Sheniece Willis (404-444-6517), or use the contact form to the right.