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Glen Finland to Host Live Q&A with The Washington Post

On Thursday March 29 at 12pm EST Glen Finland, author of "Next Stop: A Memoir," will be hosting a Live Q&A with the Washington Post to discusses how she's helped her special-needs, adult son become more independent. Find out more here!

Glen Finland, author of "Next Stop: A Memoir," discusses the challenges she's faced -- and overcome -- as the parent to a special-needs adult. The book was inspired by her 2009 Post Magazine story "Doors Opening," where she described what it was like to teach her autistic son, David, how to ride Metro. Finland is a former TV news reporter and author of "Changing Places: A Kid’s View of Shelter Living" and "The Sweetgrass Code."

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