A New Normal: Preparing Students on the Autism Spectrum for College

How can the transition to college be made easier, smoother, and more enjoyable for young adults with Autism & learning differences?

It all begins with executive functioning and support from managing their time, advocating for themselves, to requesting accommodations in the classroom setting. When students develop executive functioning skills in the classroom it allows for a smoother transition, functions such as logic, strategy, planning, problem-solving, information processing, and behavior control.

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