Debut of Diversity - AAPC Publishing

Debut of Diversity

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Know what to expect in college!

The transition from high school to college can be challenging, especially for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. Debut of Diversity: The Emerging Conversation about Autism and Higher Education seeks to ease this transition from both sides, the student and the institution, in order to ensure success.

The author looks beyond plain statistics and traditional approaches to personalize the experience for each student and also provides helpful information that can be used for all young adults starting college for the first time, on such topics as how to talk to your professor, set up appointments with administration, and manage your time efficiently.

"Having successfully navigated college myself, it is clear that Wilson offers a very detailed and comprehensive summary of what to expect in a college experience for those with autism! This is a 'must-read' for parents, teachers, roommates, faculty, or other individuals who are allies of college students on the spectrum!" —Thomas Iland, B.S., CPA., self-advocate, motivational speaker and co-author of Come to Life

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Matthew A. Wilson, MDiv, MEd, has worked with people on the autism spectrum since 1985 in community, educational and therapeutic settings. His passion is to empower young people with autism to find their place in the world as they make the transition to adulthood. He believes that the people he works with will transform higher education and society at large. Wilson is a licensed intervention specialist, a college professor, a trained theologian, a grandfather, father, and mentor. He lives with his wife and their two beloved dogs in central Ohio.

ISBN: 9781942197201



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