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Indiana Public Media: Meet The Students With Autism Facing College Head-On

Indiana Public Broadcasting looks at how students with Autism at Indiana University are adjusting to life on college, and how a program like CIP helps students get on the path to independence. 

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Benefits of a Life Coach on Autism Parenting Magazine

By Sharona Sommer, CPCAutism Parenting News, Issue 57

As a parent of a teen or young adult on the autism spectrum, you have probably had to focus most of your attention on getting all the pieces...

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Spectrum News: Young Woman with Autism Asks: ‘Am I So Different?’

By CIP Long Beach Student, Claire BachmanSpectrum News, December 2016

As a college student on the spectrum, I have learned that women like me often present themselves differently from our...

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The Berkshire View: College Internship Program of the Berkshires

The Berkshire ViewJanuary 6, 2017

Founded in 1984 by Dr. Michael McManmon, the College Internship Program (CIP) is dedicated to teaching young adults with learning differences, skills to help them...

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Berkshire Eagle: Finding Opportunity for All in the Working World

By Jenn Smith Berkshire Eagle

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Long Beach Gazette: Long Beach Program Builds Police Relationships With Doughnuts

By Emily Thornton Long Beach Gazettes

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Autism Spectrum Therapies: CIP President on All Autism Talk Podcast

CIP President, Dan McManmon, speaks to All Autism Talk about supporting students with Autism and LD in college, careers, and independent living. 

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CIP Expands Autism Services & Supports

In an effort to support the growing population of young adults on the autism spectrum and other learning differences,the College Internship Program (CIP) has recently added several autism services...

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CIP Brevard on the Dr. Judy Show

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