Students with autism are attending our campuses in increasing numbers. What principles of universal design can we implement to assist all students and include students on the spectrum? Some of the classroom issues for students in this population were
explored, as well as possible strategies and solutions.
The presenter, Jane Thierfeld Brown, is assistant clinical professor at Yale Child Study, Yale Medical School, and director of College Autism Spectrum and former director of Student Services at the University of Connecticut School of Law. She has
worked in disability services for 37 years. She holds an EdD from Columbia University, Teachers College.
Brown consults with many families, students, school districts, and institutions of higher education. She has appeared on
Good Morning America, CBS News, and NPR. She has co-authored Students with Asperger’s: A Guide for College
Professionals (2009), The Parent’s Guide to College for
Students on the Autism Spectrum (2012), and Behavior
Management and Self-Regulation (2012), along with many textbook chapters and articles.
Brown is married and has three children, the youngest being a 24-year-old son with autism.
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These handouts were used at the September 21, 2016 presentation of "Faculty Matters: Students on the Autism Spectrum and Accommodations" presented by Jane Thierfeld Brown.
Teaching College Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
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