Providing college and career resources and training for students, parents and professionals in the autism community.
WHO WE ARE
College Autism Spectrum (CAS) is an independent organization of professionals whose purpose is to assist students with autism spectrum disorders, and their families. We specialize in COLLEGE COUNSELING (helping students find the right college) and WORK/CAREER READINESS (skill building for interviews, jobs and work skills).
We help students with ASD explore and navigate college options before, during and through the college process. Additionally, we provide campuses and professionals with the tools and training to work effectively with students on the spectrum and to understand the challenges as well as the talents they bring.
Our team of Jane Thierfeld Brown, Ed.D, Lisa King, M.Ed., Dr. Lorraine Wolf, Ph.D. and Laurie Ackles, MSW, has over 90 years of combined experience in disability service provision in a variety of college environments, including 4 year, public, private and professional institutions of higher education as well as 2 year community college and technical schools.
Dr. Jane Thierfeld Brown talks about her program “College Autism Spectrum,” which provides college-level support and training for parents, students, and professionals involved with the Autism community. Autism Live is a production of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD).
WEBINARS & REPLAYS
Presented in association with StudentAffairs.com
Conduct and Students on the Autism Spectrum
This webinar addresses how to best work with students on the spectrum who may present these challenges. Issues for classrooms, residence halls and students organizations will be discussed as well as dealing with parents.
Students with Autism/Aspergers: Information for Student Affairs Professionals
This webinar addresses student affairs departments and how to best work with students on the spectrum including issues for individual departments and how to deal with parents. **Closed captioning provided.**
Pratt & Whitney has long believed that diverse perspectives fuel innovation. That is just one of the reasons Hank Sikorski, fellow, Quality & Process Engineering, modified a co-op position to accommodate Tyler Lublin, who lives with autism spectrum disorder.
"I am hopeful for the first time in a long time, and grateful for people like yourself... That are making efforts to bring awareness and true assistance to families dealing with these issues." - Parent