This is a website that explains about the four different learning centers and what they do. They tailor to the needs of individuals with autism.
Our site is designed to be informative and open up conversations with people who are interested in helping children by banishing bullying behavior.
This is a story about how a teacher figured out what to do to include a student with ASD into her classroom and get him to learn and do his work.
With an ever-increasing number of students on the autism spectrum coming through the school pipeline, questions abound as to what they can do to build a life for themselves beyond school.
Article: Huffington Post: The SPECTRUM Alert: 8 Steps Schools Can Take to Prevent Autism-Elopement Tragedy
Schools typically address autistic elopement only in the context of a specific child in an IEP meeting — if they address it at all.
Guide: The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities: Keeping It Real: How to Get the Supports You Need for the Life You Want
This curriculum teaches students that knowing how to get supports is a problem-solving skill they will use again and again throughout their lives.
Webpage: AUCD: A Collaborative Interagency, Interdisciplinary Approach to Transition from Adolescence to Adulthood
This paper aims to promote a dialogue among key stakeholders and to facilitate their engagement in pursuing a more comprehensive, coordinated, supportive, and successful transition process for youth with disabilities from adolescence to young adulthood.
StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyberbullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying.
This Autism at-a-Glance was designed to support high school staff and family members in understanding and recognizing symptoms of depression.
This webpage provides a list of financing options and scholarships available to students with disabilities. Information regarding eligibility and deadlines are included.