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Amherst Bee: College Support Program Helps Students with Learning Differences Succeed

Originally published in Amherst BeeJune 29, 2011By Kate Mockler

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School Aims to Bridge Gap for Those with Asperger's, Autism

Published in the Long Beach TelegramJuly 7, 2011

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In the Swim of Things: Ohio Student with Asperger's Feels at Home in IU Swim Club, Bloomington

Originally Posted on The Herald Times

Several weeks after Pam Gertz began a nationwide search for the ideal city for her 21-year-old son Braden, who has autism spectrum disorder, she found it —...

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The New York Times: Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities

Jan 9th, 2011 - New York Times, by Abby Goodnough

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CIP Students Grace Cover of Autism Advocate Magazine

The Autism Society's latest issue of The Autism Advocate, themed "Making Friends", features a group shot of CIP Berkeley students spending a Saturday weekend activity exploring Point Reyes...

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Berkshire Eagle: Berkshire Center to Expand, Save History in the Process

Originally Published in The Berkshire Eagle

After overcoming a staggering list of zoning setbacks, securing financing, parking variances and water pressure issues, the Bookless Building...
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Learning From Your Failures with CIP's Support

CIP student Kaitlyn speaks during parent weekend about learning from her failures.

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AANE: It All Starts With A Dream

Originally published in AANE (Asperger's Association of New England) Fall Journal, 2009

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CIP Student Profiles: Ben K.

My name is Ben Kesselhaut and I am glad to say that I am a part of the College Internship Program. This program has given me insight in helping me to become successful in different areas of my...

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Autism Advocate Magazine: Bridging the Gap: Students on Spectrum Find Hope After High School

Diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at age 17, Jason graduated from high school in Danville, California, and was excited about going away to college. He chose to attend a small university in...

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