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What to Expect When You’re Expecting…Your Student Home for Break!

Break time at home is often an exciting time filled with fun activities, excursions, family gatherings and quality time. As you anticipate your student’s arrival home for vacation, it is natural...

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How to "Cheat" the Job Interview Process

Have you ever felt this way in anticipation of a job interview?

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Aligning Goals Between Parents and Students with Autism and Learning Differences

As a parent of an adolescent or emerging young adult with Autism, ADHD, or a learning difference, you may be considering more comprehensive supports that can be found in post-secondary transition...

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Herald Times: Autism Supports Program at Indiana University Would Be Worthwhile

In her Herald Times column, former CIP alumna Adria writes about the benefits of offering programming supports for college students with autism and learning differences.

A few weeks ago, I...

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Forbes: This Is How Small Organizations Are Bringing Neurodiverse Workers On Board

Our CIP Berkshire Center is excited to be featured in a Forbes article which highlights how small businesses can play a big part in employing young adults with autism, ADHD, and other learning...

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Supporting Vs Enabling Young Adults with Autism and Learning Differences

What does it really mean to enable versus support your student?

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CIP Student Success At Disney’s Goofy’s Kitchen

Kevin recently turned 26 and is passionate about theme parks. When he landed a job at Goofy’s Kitchen in The Disneyland Hotel, he was thrilled to be employed at one of the biggest theme parks in...

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Merritt Connection Newsletter: Support By Merritt College Team Proved Successful for New Child Development Graduate

When Aaron Kirschenbaum walked across the Paramount Theater stage on May 23 and received his Associate of Arts Degree in Child Development from Merritt College, it was not only his parents and...

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Autism Spectrum News: What College Students Can Do to Accommodate Themselves

The stage is set. You successfully started college, ready to learn.Your teacher passes out the syllabus which states that you will have four tests and one paper.

As the weeks go by, you realize...

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