All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘autism education’

Self-advocacy

Autism Gurus | Stephen Shore, Ed.D. Talks Self-Advocacy, Ability, and Inclusion

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Nonverbal until age four, Dr. Stephen Shore was diagnosed with “atypical development” and “strong autistic tendencies.” Labeled “too sick” for […]

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Autism Quiz: How Much Do You Actually Know About Adults on the Spectrum?

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One of Madison House Autism Foundation’s primary objectives is to educate the public on issues facing adults with autism. Test […]

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Helping Students With Autism

Helping Students With Autism Thrive: The Job Search

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Employment is a very pressing matter for adults on the spectrum. Young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are less […]

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Students with autism

Helping Students With Autism Thrive: The College Application Process

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Beginning my internship here at Madison House, I knew about the special education side of Autism Spectrum Disorder but wanted […]

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Going to College with Special Needs

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Autism and Higher Education Guidance for Parents Just getting into college, let alone succeeding through four long years of classes, […]

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