August 10, 2022

Grand Palms Resort is a CAN Autism Champion

Surfside Beach, SC, August 10, 2022: We are thrilled to announce Grand Palms Resort is now supporting people living with autism and has joined the CAN Card Club at the Champion level.

As a CAN Card Club Autism Champion level business, in addition to the service and enrollment in the online autism awareness training program, the location must have an on-site walkthrough and Safety Plan developed should there be an episode. Grand Palms Resort will offer CAN Card Club members complimentary late check-out or early check-in.

“We are excited to partner with CAN and look forward to the opportunity to create an even more exceptional vacation experience for our autistic guests and their families,” states Andy Wolfe, General Manager of Grand Palms Resort.

Becky Large, Champion Autism Network Executive Director, says about the participation of Grand Palms Resort, “having places for our people living with autism to go to without judgement, anxiety or worry is the CAN vision and mission. We are so grateful to Grand Palms Resort for their support and inclusion.”

About Grand Palms Resort:
Located just south of Myrtle Beach in Surfside Beach, Grand Palms Resort provides luxurious hotel rooms, 1, 2, or 3 bedroom condominiums, wonderful amenities and unparalleled service – everything you need for an unforgettable vacation.

About Autism:
Autism is a general term used to describe a group of complex developmental brain disorders – Autism Spectrum Disorders. These disorders are characterized, in varying degrees, by communication difficulties, social and behavioral challenges, and repetitive behaviors making unfamiliar environments triggers for tantrums and meltdowns. An estimated 1 in 44 children in the U.S. is on the Autism Spectrum and that number is increasing.

About Champion Autism Network:
Champion Autism Network’s mission is to educate and empower communities, businesses, and organizations to create supportive and judgment-free experiences that enhance the quality of life for people living with autism.

To learn more go to or Champion Autism Network on Facebook:

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