Graham Behavior Services provides a safe and nurturing space where individuals and families can find guidance and a sense of community.

*Currently active, all other groups will begin when a minimum of 4 registrants is met
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Parents of Adult Children

1st & 3rd Wednesday 1pm EST – Virtual

*Currently Active

A safe and supportive space for parents to connect and discuss openly their experiences, worries, and challenges.

Advocacy Support

1st Friday of the Month 10am EST – Virtual

*Currently Active

A nurturing space to connect & share experiences. We understand the challenges of advocating for children with evolving needs from early stages to adulthood.

Parents of Newly Diagnosed Children

1st & 3rd Monday 4pm EST – Virtual

Starts: October 10th

Connect with other parents who understand your journey in our supportive group for parents of newly diagnosed children, because you don’t have to navigate this path alone.

Sibling Support

2nd & 4th Thursday 4pm EST – In-person

Starts: October 12th

Sibling Support is meant to empower individuals, validating their fears, feelings, and concerns while giving them the proper tools to navigate the challenges of having a sibling with a disability.

Neurodivergent Adults

TBD – Virtual

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A space where neurodivergent adults can thrive, share insights, and find strength in one another.

Individual Support Case Management

Scheduled as needed

*Currently Active

Private, individualized support as it pertains to processing, navigating, and managing parenting a child with special needs.

Parents of School-Aged Children

2nd & 4th Tuesday 9:30am EST – Virtual

Starts: October 10th

A safe and supportive space for parents to connect and discuss openly their experiences, worries and challenges.

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Sarah Wolfson M.Ed.

Sarah earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Northeastern University followed by a Master of Science in Special Education from Touro College. Sarah anticipates her Master of Social Work from Rutgers University in December 2023. She has extensive experience working with children with disabilities and their families. Sarah has a special interest and experience in trauma-informed care, dual diagnosis, and mental health. She has worked in residential facilities, public schools, and in-home services providing case management, direct instruction, and behavior therapy. After many years of working with families, it became clear that there was a lack of support for parents. In 2024, Sarah will be a Licensed Social Worker in the state of NJ and hopes to provide additional services to families in need. Currently, Sarah provides case management and supportive services for the clients at Graham and their families.