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The Melbourne Beachsider: Teach on the Beach - Camp's Fun Outing for High-Schoolers

On a sunny Saturday morning earlier this month, 22 high school students chose to spend their day picking up trash along Paradise Beach in Indialantic.


CIP Student Story: Mary at CIP Brevard

My name is Mary, I’m 20 years old, and I’m from Washington DC. I have attended CIP for 2 years. I have high-functioning Autism and anxiety. 


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

Hail to a horse therapy program in Holopaw.


CIP Average GPA Exceeds 3.0

The numbers are in, and CIP’s average GPA across all five Centers exceeded 3.0 last term.


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.


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.


Miami Herald: Autism Expert Stephen Shore Joins CIP Leadership Team

via The Miami HeraldAugust 9, 2017

Dr. Shore to serve as senior advisor for national transition program serving young adults with autism and learning differences.


Transitioning Beyond a Post-Secondary Program

At the College Internship Program (CIP), our objective is to support young adults on the Autism spectrum and with learning differences in their transition to independence.


Florida Today: Man with Autism Strives for Broadway

via Florida TodayJune 30, 2017

A fascinated Daniel Perkins walked on the King Center stage and stared at empty chairs.

There was no show being performed, no audience, no applause — yet the young...


Maintaining Routines During the Summer Months: For Students with Autism and LD

One of the first things CIP students work on during their executive function classes and Life Skills appointments is creating routines to help them reach their goals. 


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