Page 6 of Case study information follows the discussion of each element as an example of how the elements can be individualized based on student strengths and needs. Robert is a youth who, like many his age, dreams of being an independent adult. He has strong interests that drive both his career goals and his social life. Robert has many strengths that have been noted as a child.
Case Study: Boy with Autism Spectrum Disorder « Glenn Weybright
This is the second in a two-part series of posts based on my experience of working with professors, students, and my disabilities services colleagues. I also drawn on my own teaching practice in order to support students on the spectrum. Part one explores the effective teaching strategies and approaches that can occur through collaboration. Hello, Luisa here. Instructor of Computer Science at a Community College. Part one of this two-part series is really all about how to set up and navigate the classroom milieu in ways that support students such as Joshua and enhance the learning environment for everyone.
June 11, by Carole Zangari - Leave your thoughts. Initially connected through social media, they worked together to build a valuable learning experience for these future SLPs. At Iowa, our graduate students rotate through a variety of clinical teams, mine being the AAC team. Each semester I have a new group of students to educate, supervise, and mentor as they provide therapy to my caseload of clients who use AAC at the Wendell Johnson Speech and Hearing Clinic. Due to the recent pandemic, like most universities,
Usage Scenarios These case studies will be of most value when they are included as one part of a comprehensive workshop in which participants will be introduced to autism in higher education, use the case studies as a springboard to in-depth exploration of key topics, and have the opportunity to discuss specific experiences encountered by participants. For More Information The College Autism Network CAN is a national nonprofit organization linking varied stakeholders engaged in evidence-based efforts to improve access, experiences, and outcomes for college students with autism. CAN fulfills that mission through advocacy, research, and training. We have given presentations at dozens of professional conferences, consulted with a variety of individual campuses, and developed wide-ranging resources to support college success for students with autism. Visit CollegeAutismNetwork.