Groden offers network of help, opportunity

ARTISTS AT WORK: Anna Thompson, standing, studio arts coordinator at The Groden Network, helps Bobby Brillon, left, and Jessica Vallee, students in Groden’s adult program, with their pottery projects that will be sold at the organization’s Pop-Up Shop from Black Friday through Christmas Eve. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
ARTISTS AT WORK: Anna Thompson, standing, studio arts coordinator at The Groden Network, helps Bobby Brillon, left, and Jessica Vallee, students in Groden’s adult program, with their pottery projects that will be sold at the organization’s Pop-Up Shop from Black Friday through Christmas Eve. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
AN ESTIMATED 1 in 59 U.S. children are currently diagnosed with being on the autism spectrum, people with an array of challenges in social and communication skills, including limited speech – sometimes no speech at all. However, a local organization for more than 40 years has been offering innovative therapies and programs to help those…

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