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The Importance of Maintaining Routines During Break for Young Adults with Autism and Learning Differences

For many people, summer season signifies fun and relaxation, warm weather, and sunshine. For most high school and college students, it’s an opportunity to trade in studying and deadlines for...

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Florida Today: Mane Event! Equine Therapy Program Event Helps CIP Brevard Students with Disabilities

Hail to a horse therapy program in Holopaw.

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Autism Parenting Magazine: 6 Simple Tips For Helping Someone With Autism Get Into a Routine

Six basic steps to help your young adult establish normal routines.

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Indiana Daily Student: 'Learning to Trust Himself:' Cook with Autism Works Toward Independence

Joe Banchik wasn’t supposed to have adventurous taste.

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Press Release: Student Leaders Celebrate Neurodiversity During Autism Awareness Month

CIP students share strategies, sage advice and success stories across the US

Lee, MA - To recognize Autism Awareness Month, College Internship Program (CIP) student leaders from across the...

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Ten Facts About CIP

#1. Designed to help young people with learning differences make successful transitions from adolescence to young adulthood

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Springtime Reflection: CIP Resources for Students with Autism, Asperger's, and Other Learning Differences

Spring is a great time of year to assess the goals and benchmarks you’ve set for yourself at the start of the year.

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Florida Today: Brevard Officers Learning How To Handle Autism

By Caroline Glenn Florida Today

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Using SMART Goals with Students with Learning Differences to Stay Motivated

Have you or your young adult with a learning difference such as ADHD, dyslexia, or an autism spectrum diagnosis ever struggled with maintaining their effort or persistence to a task? Do you/they...

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