Social Skills and College for Students with Aspergers Syndrome

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Social Skills and College for Students with Aspergers Syndrome

Guest(s): Dr. Marc Ellison/Executive Director of the West Virginia Autism Training Center

This edition of Top of the Spectrum New discusses social skills and college for those with Aspergers. Dr. Marc Ellison, who has successfully created a wing for those with Autism at the Marshall University West Virginia Autism Training Center, offers insights for college preparation. Since 2002, Marshall University has successfully supported (and graduated) over 100 students with Aspergers Syndrome.

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2 thoughts on “Social Skills and College for Students with Aspergers Syndrome

  1. Please add me to your newsletter, I am a parent of a college age student (son, age 19) who has Aspergers. He still struggles socially, and I would welcome all positive advice.

  2. Thank you for this information. I am an Academic Life Coach and at least two of my students struggle with Asbergers and I’m looking for ways to help them beyond just the time management and study strategies that I teach to all my students. For those who socialize easily, the academics are the biggest problem. That is flipped when it comes to my Asberger students and any insight into their lives is crucial for me to help them. Thanks again.