Providing quality programs for individuals with autism spectrum disorder throughout Northern New England.
The mission of the Greengard Center for Autism located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, is to create quality programs for adults and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. The Greengard Center seeks to provide unique lifelong opportunities for individuals with autism to have a productive quality of life through ongoing education, meaningful work, and access to recreation, social and community acceptance and participation.
The Day Program is designed to provide participants the opportunity to maintain and expand existing strengths, develop new skills, and offer meaningful experiences within a program that is individually tailored to each participant’s preferences, interests, and abilities.Read More
Outreach & Transition
Our Outreach Services are designed to provide consultation to schools, the families of those with autism-related disorders, and community services in the State of New Hampshire.
Events & Greengard Center in the News
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TAP: TAP is an Activity/Recreation Group that meets as an on-going, “drop-in” group 5 pm – 7 pm the second and fourth Thursday of each month. This is a social skills/activity group for 14 – 18-year-olds with “highly verbal” ASD. Please contact the Greengard Center for more information.
Adult Group: The Greengard Adult Social Skills Group is for Adults (aged 18+) with “high functioning” ASD who are looking to improve their social skills in the many facets of their adult life. Group work is a powerful tool for enhancing self-esteem and solving problems more effectively. This group meets in a series of 6 week sessions with the next to begin later this spring. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to sign up for our next group series.
A Child With Autism…
…Grows Up To Be An Adult With Autism
“Every parent who has a child with autism of greater need, worries about what will happen when that child becomes an adult with autism. We worry about how we will manage as we get older and we worry about who will be there when we are gone. The Greengard Center is being created to address these needs and provide programs for adults with autism that can give families a sense of security. We are creating a program and home that answers the question, ‘what’s next?'”