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Applying Social Skills to Develop Healthy Relationships for Young Adults with Autism and Learning Differences

Everyone longs for healthy, stable and enjoyable relationships. This could be in the form of companionship, or even through friendship. However, developing and maintaining these relationships...

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CIP Alum Earns Master's Degree

Andy Rock, a CIP 2016-2017 alumnus, has just been awarded a Master's Degree in Geology from SUNY at Buffalo.

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Safety Tips for Making Friends Online for Young Adults with Autism and Learning Differences

Whether we are comfortable with it or not, meeting potential friends and relationship partners online is becoming very popular. According to eHarmony, 40% of Americans are using online dating...

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The Donkey Rule

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Getting Back Into It: Returning to a Routine After Break for Young Adults on the Autism Spectrum or with Learning Differences

For many young adults in college or postsecondary programs, the winter break provides some much-needed time off.

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Autism Spectrum News: Supporting Parents in the Transition Process

Transition programming is much more likely to succeed if families and professionals communicate effectively about goals and expectations and locate realistic alignment before and at the start of...

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What to Expect When You’re Expecting…Your Student Home for Break!

Break time at home is often an exciting time filled with fun activities, excursions, family gatherings and quality time. As you anticipate your student’s arrival home for vacation, it is natural...

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How to "Cheat" the Job Interview Process

Have you ever felt this way in anticipation of a job interview?

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Aligning Goals Between Parents and Students with Autism and Learning Differences

As a parent of an adolescent or emerging young adult with Autism, ADHD, or a learning difference, you may be considering more comprehensive supports that can be found in post-secondary transition...

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