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Your child with autism can go to college

Is college an option for my child with autism? Often, the answer is yes, your child with autism can go to college. Whether they are looking at a two-year associate’s program or a four-year bachelor’s program, or even a trade school for vocational training, there are many options. And, they can be successful, though they may need some supports.

A Different Way of Thinking – Autism Advocacy Magic Show

30-minute virtual magic show followed by a post-show Q&A. About this Event In his 30 minute virtual magic show, magician/autistic self-advocate Cody Clark combines magic, comedy, and storytelling to share what living with autism is like. Starting with his initial diagnosis and ending with his college graduation, Cody places his magic routines inside common life…

The 30th Annual Autism Conference Managing a Changing World

Join Autism Connections and agency and education professionals, families, individuals with autism, and exhibitors at the 30th Annual Autism Conference on April 29, 2021 on virtual platform SOCIO. The conference will begin at 8:00 a.m. with the Exhibitor Showcase. Presentations begin at 9:00 a.m. and the conference concludes at 4:00 p.m. Educator, writer, and global…

Biennial Autism Conference

VT Autism Clinic & Center for Autism Research Biennial Autism Conference: Autism in the COVID-19 Era Coming to you virtually in April… Hosted by the Washington Group Special Care Planning Team, the VT Psychology Department in the College of Science, and VTAC/CAR. Keynote speaker: Dr. Micah Mazurek, Associate Professor in the Department of Human Services at…

Peer Experiences and Behavioral Challenges

Learn about the connection between peer experiences and behavioral challenges some individuals with autism may experience during adolescence. Free certificates of participation are available upon successful completion of a brief knowledge quiz after the webinar. The quiz will be added to this page once the event has concluded.   Somer Bishop, PhD, is an Associate Professor…