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Florida Today: Young Adults Rise Above Learning Difficulties

Originally published in Florida TodayBy Britt Kennerly

As far back as he can recall, Moultrie Woodall was told he was bright and brimming with potential.

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Berkshire Eagle: Artist with Autism Spectrum Disorder Proves Good Role Model at Good Purpose Gallery

Originally published in the Berkshire EagleJanuary 26, 2014By Jenn Smith

LEE -- Justin Canha is a Renaissance artist whose work ranges from thumbnail-sized cartoon replicas penciled onto pages of...

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WTIU Indiana Newsdesk Interview w/ Jennifer Halloran

 

  Jennifer Halloran, CIP Bloomington's Social Skills Coordinator, has given several presentations over the last few weeks. Most notably, was an interview she gave on Friday, Dec 13th for...
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Autism Asperger's Digest: My Journey to Independence

Originally Published in Autism Asperger's DigestJanuary/February 2014 IssueBy Jay Mikush, CIP Brevard Alumni

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Autism Parenting Magazine: Executive Functioning Tools, Tips, and Techniques for Young Adults with Asperger's Syndrome

Originally Published in Autism Parenting MagazineAugust 2013 IssueBy Dr. Michael McManmon

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San Francisco Chronicle: CIP Students Shine During Autism Awareness Month

National program offers in-depth supports for young adults with learning differences

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ClickOrlando: Autism Therapy Uses Horses to Reinforce Communication Skills

Some CIP Brevard students participate in an equine therapy program at Eye of a Horse in Osceola County, a 4,700 acre ranch where Psychologist Sandra Wise works with graduate level interns to...

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San Francisco Chronicle: Experts Brace for Wave of Autism Adults

Originally Published in the San Francisco ChronicleOctober 5, 2012By Erin Allday

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SF Gate: Going to College and Finding a Job with Aspergers and Learning Differences

By Laura Shumaker, writer and autism advocate

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