The BASICS College Curriculum presents a hands-on approach to learning essential life and study skills for college students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This book focuses on the transition to college, developing key academic skills, navigating campus social life, and living away from home for the first time. Ideal as a textbook for ASD college programs run by disability support services and suitable for students to use for self-study, it teaches independence skills, self-advocacy, organization, stress management, and social skills. Each lesson provides valuable information and advice for the student, useful diagrams, practical exercises and workbook components that can be filled in at home or in class, and self-assessment tools.Because you are an adult, your parents can no longer call your professor to help solve an issue for you. ... If the hours listed on the course syllabus for a particular professor conflict with another of your classes or appointments, you can contact your professor to make an ... While he or she is there to guide you, there may be times when it is more prudent to discuss an issue with your professor using email.
|Title||:||Independence, Social, and Study Strategies for Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder|
|Author||:||Amy Rutherford, Michelle Rigler, Emily Quinn|
|Publisher||:||Jessica Kingsley Publishers - 2014-11-21|