Herald Times: Autism Supports Program at Indiana University Would Be Worthwhile

In her Herald Times column, former CIP alumna Adria writes about the benefits of offering programming supports for college students with autism and learning differences.
A few weeks ago, I published a column on college support programs for students with autism spectrum disorders. The fact that the disorder now affects 1 in every 59 children has prompted more postsecondary institutions to recognize the need for programming that supports the unique needs of these students.

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