Students with learning differences who choose to pursue a course of study at a local college or university receive individualized support and direction from CIP’s academic support team.
CIP Bloomington offers support at Ivy Tech Community College and/or Indiana University, Bloomington. Students can pursue degrees in fields such as Computer Information Systems, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Early Childhood Education, Animal Care, Music, Engineering and Fine Arts.
CIP Bloomington helps prepare young adults with Asperger’s, autism, ADHD and other learning differences for the world of work. From resume development to job coaching, CIP’s career department supports students while they pursue their interests.
CIP Bloomington offers a variety of internship opportunities in areas like early childhood education, retail and sales, multimedia and design, animal care, hospitality and management and the food industry.
Students reside in fully furnished apartments located above the CIP offices and classrooms. Living with one apartment-mate, each student has their own bedroom and shares the bathroom(s), kitchen and living room.
Independent living supports offered within apartments include menu planning, grocery shopping, cooking and cleaning, assistance with time management and organization and more so that students learn real-life skills and routines.
Young adults with Asperger’s syndrome, ADHD, NLD and other Learning Differences have the unique opportunity to practice their newly found skills in a fun and supportive environment during CIP’s two week Summer Programs.
The Mploy Job Readiness Program is designed for young adults with ASD and LD ages 18 to 26 who are interested in entering the workforce and transitioning to independent living. Participants develop employment readiness skills, learn self-advocacy, develop friendships and take part in activities designed to help them prepare for their future.
425 N. College Ave
Bloomington, IN 47404