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Autism Parenting Magazine: Ways to Help Young People with Autism to Budget

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

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ADDitude Magazine: Summer Programs that Change Lives

Kids running down trails, hiking in the mountains, or canoeing on a lake; days and nights of having fun and playing games. Summer camp is a much-needed break from the busy-ness of the school...

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LINK Magazine: “I am truly the first CIP graduate” by Dr. Michael McManmon

Published in Autism Europe's LINK Magazine, 2017

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Autism Notebook: Getting Unplugged - Helping Kids Discover Life Outside the Blue Screen

By Elizabeth Roberts, PsyDNational Director of Clinical Support Services, CIPPublished in the October/November Issue of The Autism Notebook Magazine

Spending excessive time with electronic...

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Press Release: Landing and Keeping a Job - New Book Provides Guidance For Young Adults With Autism And Learning Differences

A first of its kind workbook has just been published to assist those who teach young adults with Autism and Learning Differences about securing employment.

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The Mercury News: Autism Spectrum Support Program Moves to Downtown Berkeley

 

The College Internship Program for young adults on the autism spectrum, with ADHD, and other learning differences, has expanded its program and moved to downtown Berkeley, at 2150 Shattuck Ave....

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Sun Sentinel: Oakland Park Yoga Class Transcends Differences

 

Yoga offers benefits that go beyond health and fitness. A new class in Oakland Park aims to bring a social element to those with learning differences.

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The Grunion: Long Beach Community Center Supports Autistic Students

Nineteen-year-old Molly Zink smiles as she talks about her life. Although she is on the autism spectrum, she lives in her own apartment and rides the bus to her job at Disneyland.

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Autism File: Higher Learning: Striving for Success

Originally Published by Autism File Magazine Issue 75, August - September 2017

Autism File executive editor Rita Shreffler spoke recently with Dr. Michael McManmon, founder of the College...

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New Leadership and Programs At CIP’s Berkshire Center

Excitement is building as CIP’s Berkshire Center gears up for their Fall term. 

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