Autism & Learning Differences: An Active Learning Teaching Toolkit, contains curriculum and insights from 30+ years of experience from CIP, the College Internship Program. CIP has been preparing young adults with an Autism Spectrum Disorder or Learning Differences diagnosis for success since 1984. CIP is one of the most comprehensive transition programs for autism and learning differences in the world. Our active/participatory, outcomes and success-based methodology for preparing students for life, school, work, and independent living are contained in this educators toolkit.
Our mission is to inspire and prepare educators, clinicians, support professionals, and parents (especially those home-schooling), to impart skills for life, school, work, and independent living to young adults (ages 16-26) through a variety of learning opportunities, training, events, and activities via this website as they become transformational leaders in the field of Autism and Learning Differences.
Learn how to “do what we do” by gaining the ability to impart skills for life, school, work, and independent living to young adults ages 16-26 with an ASD or LD diagnosis using an active-learning based participatory model.