The month of April is Autism Awareness Month. And, the state of California has been told to shelter in place throughout April during the COVID-19 crisis. So, I have decided to dedicate my April Blog Series to helping people with autism and their loved ones not only survive but thrive while they are home.
My blog is all about neurodiversity. I have written many blog series on different aspects of neurodiversity, such as social skills in the workplace, women with autism, and navigating college on the spectrum. You're welcome to visit my list of blog series to find the blog series that interest you most.
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Welcome back to the final blog post in our College Students Series. So far we have discussed how to prepare for college, accommodations and disability assistance, and how to talk to your professors. College Student Series: How to Talk to Your Professor About Your AutismToday we will talk about how to build a social network at your new school.…
Welcome back to my College Student Blog Series. Last week we discussed a variety of resources available to help autistic adults succeed in college. Today, we will discuss accommodations and assistance available for autistic college students.
College can be an overwhelming time for anyone. If you are a student on the autism spectrum, you may feel anxious about this new chapter in your life. College is full of new experiences, and you may be wondering what you will need to know to be successful. For example, you may be wondering what daily living skills you may need to live in the dorms?…