Empowering Autistic Youth: Inside the Autism Mentorship Program

Hear about the benefits of the Autism Mentorship Program (AMP) in this episode with Emily Goldberg, founder of AMP, and Uma Oswald, a dedicated mentor within the program. They illuminate the significance of this program in nurturing understanding and support for youth with autism. Emily shares how her own autistic twin boys sparked the idea for AMP, while Uma provides insights into the transformative power of mentorship for both the mentor and mentee. Don’t miss this inspiring episode!

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