Congratulations to Gabe, the Matters of Community Video Scholarship Winner! Gabe is a two-peat champion; he was also a winner in last year’s video contest. The Matters of Community Scholarship aims to support creative endeavors — and we can certainly say that Gabe achieved
Empowering presentations featuring Dr. Michael McManmon and a panel of experts. Watch our panel presentations by several expert guest speakers who work with the Autism and Learning Differences community and young adult transition; offering advice on the key stages of transition to adu
Transition Programs from Autism Society SF Bay Area on Vimeo. At Autism Society San Francisco Bay Area’s 2015 Conference, multiple transition programs for adults with autism or other developmental disabilities were showcased. The conference took place October 23, 2015 at Santa C
CIP believes our students perform at their best when there is a sustained level of wellness in their lives. That’s why we partake in group activities like this field day at Ohlone Park. Watch the video to see us in action!
Learn more about CIP’s newest career readiness program, Mploy, being held on The Queen Mary. Tune in for answers to commonly asked questions, an overview on what is being offered, plus the various businesses and organizations involved with job training. Social Thinking in the Wo
Ben, a Summer@CIP two week summer program participant was also a $1,000 video scholarship contest winner with his excellent music video remake! He had a blast this past summer with 17 other participants for two weeks of fun activities and on-the-go learning. Learn more about Summer@CI
Jacky H., a CIP Bloomington student who is working on an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration at Ivy Tech Community College, spends a lot of time both visiting friends and interning at Rhett Skateboarding. For him it is a place of acceptance and recognition. Rhett provides a