Autism Spectrum News: How Can College Professors Create an Inclusive Classroom?
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Autism Spectrum News: How Can College Professors Create an Inclusive Classroom?

Minor Accommodations to Support Students with Autism

Autism Spectrum Newsvia Autism Spectrum News

by Ryan Therriault, MA
Lead Academic Coordinator
CIP Brevard

As academic coordinator at the College Internship Program for the past 7 years, my main focus has been to help students with learning differences and Autism Spectrum Disorders build social and Executive Function skills in an academic environment. In addition to directly instructing the students, I use real life teachable moments to lead the students to a better understanding and application of the skills needed for independence. Through my journey working with college students on the spectrum, I have developed an understanding of the many challenges the students face communicating with their classmates and professors.

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This has been a special needs program update from Asperger’s & LD College Programs. You may also click here to read the original article on the main program website.