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CIP Bloomington Ramps Up for Fall Term

Photo Above: CIP student Joe at his internship with BlueLine

With an impressive 100% student internship rate during the summer months, CIP Bloomington is gearing up for a great Fall Term. 

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A New Normal: Preparing Students on the Autism Spectrum for College

Students heading off to college can struggle with preparing for their new life (their “new normal”). This transition can be an even bigger struggle for students on the Autism Spectrum and with...

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Press Release: Autism Expert Stephen Shore Joins CIP Leadership Team

Dr. Shore to serve as senior advisor for national transition program serving young adults with autism and learning differences 

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Autism Spectrum News: Three Expert Tips for Realizing Your Wellness Goals

By Mallory Hubl, MS, MAHealth & Wellness Coordinator, CIP Berkeley

When we don’t feel well, it seeps into every aspect of our lives. Lethargy, a poor attitude, inertia, and even maladaptive coping...

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New Space, Leadership, Curriculum, and Opportunities Coming for CIP Berkeley Students this Fall

Excitement is in the air at CIP Berkeley in Berkeley, California. As we gear up for the Fall term, here’s a brief update about what’s new at our Center:

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Budgeting for Students with Autism and Learning Differences (Plus Helpful Tips for Parents)

Keeping track of expenses can be hard for just about anyone. Money management skills don’t come easy and often times students learn the hard way that it’s more important to buy groceries than to...

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Transitioning Beyond a Post-Secondary Program

At College Internship Program, our objective is to support young adults on the Autism spectrum and with learning differences in their transition to independence.

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Florida Today: Man with Autism Strives for Broadway

via Florida TodayJune 30, 2017

A fascinated Daniel Perkins walked on the King Center stage and stared at empty chairs.

There was no show being performed, no audience, no applause — yet the young...

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Maintaining Routines During the Summer Months: For Students with Autism and LD

One of the first things CIP students work on during their executive function classes and Life Skills appointments is creating routines to help them reach their goals. 

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CIP's National Centers Celebrate Another Successful Programming Year

Since most of our CIP centers have handed out certificates and said their goodbyes to transitioning students, we thought it would be a good time to look back on some of the accomplishments of our...

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