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New Pop Culture Class Creates Excitement at CIP Bloomington

Kevin S. hones his debating skills during CIP Bloomington's new Pop Culture class

Students at CIP’s Bloomington Center are immersing themselves in a unique new Pop Culture and Identification...

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Voyage LA: Meet Michael Noel of College Internship Program in Long Beach

A Q&A with CIP's Regional Director, Michael Noel, posted on Voyage LA: a community-focused platform that fosters collaboration and support for small businesses, independent artists and...

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Autism Spectrum News: Co-Occurring Conditions in Mild Autism – Integrated Treatment Approaches

Originally Published in the Autism Spectrum NewsMarch 2018

By Elizabeth Roberts, Psy.D.National Director of Clinical Support Services

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The Importance of Volunteering to Build Skills & Confidence in Students with Autism and LD

To volunteer or not to volunteer, that is the question!

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What Now? What to Expect When your Student Leaves for an Autism or LD Support Program

Typically, a teenager graduates high school and then the expectation is for them to go off to college and/or get a job and start being responsible. The reality is that students with autism or...

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CIP Average GPA Exceeds 3.0

The numbers are in, and CIP’s average GPA across all five Centers exceeded 3.0 last term.

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Press-Enterprise: Riverside Group Has Idea to Find Jobs for Disabled Young Adults – Create Its Own

Originally Published in the The Press-Enterprise February 24, 2018

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Improving Nonverbal Communication Skills for Young Adults on the Spectrum and with Learning Differences

Good communication is the foundation of successful relationships, both personal and professional. But we communicate with much more than words. Most of the messages we send other people are...

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See the Able, Do Not Enable: For Parents Considering Post-secondary Support Programs

Being a parent/caregiver of an individual with autism or any learning difference can be an emotional roller coaster. 

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