Please join us for our next webinar on Thursday, March 16 at 1:00 PM EDT
Are you looking to support your neurodivergent young adult with their executive function challenges? It can be frustrating for both you and your student when there is a lack of motivation, trouble managing emotions, sustaining attention, and difficulty shifting focus from one task to another. Join us for practical strategies to increase motivation and student success!
Ms. Brown has worked in the field of autism since graduation from Indiana University in 2017. She previously found success working for a small school corporation in Southern Indiana as a Speech Language Pathologist Assistant. Here, she worked with students aged 3 – 21. In working with the adult-aged population, she recognized a passion for working with this particular demographic.
As a Student Advisor at CIP, Ms. Brown assists students along their Continuum of Growth while assisting with goal creation and execution, parent communication, and teaching broader executive functioning skills such as organization, prioritization, time management, and self-awareness. Erin facilitates students’ path toward independence by fostering communication, establishing goals, and monitoring progress. Erin coordinates within the CIP Bloomington team to determine appropriate, individualized support for each student. Erin also teaches curriculum surrounding money management, safety, personal responsibilities, accessing resources, self-organization, decision-making, problem-solving, reframing, and self-advocacy. Ms. Brown earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN.