Resources, events, and useful items of interest for the adult autism community of Seattle, the Pacific Northwest, and beyond
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SAILS Program at Seattle Central for Freshmen with ASD
Seattle Central College’s SAILS program provides customized support that will help students with Autism and other significant types of Learning Disabilities succeed in college. The College 101 Course is the perfect way to give yourself a powerful head start on your freshman year at Seattle Central.
118 Stories & Counting: How Microsoft’s Supported Employment Program Is Helping People
In the Puget Sound, Microsoft’s Real Estate and Facilities group is partnering with vendor employers and employment agencies to create job opportunities for people who experience disabilities.
Seattle Children’s changes lives of young adults with autism
KING 5 Children’s HealthLink | Aug. 20, 2014 More info: http://www.seattlechildrens.org/contact/alyssa-burnett-adult-life-center/
Webinar: Lisa Croen discusses autism in adults
In April 2014 transitioning into adulthood. Croen is director of the Autism Research Program at Kaiser Permanente, a healthcare consortium based in Oakland, California. You can listen to the complete replay of the webinar above.presented findings from her investigation of a large population of adults with autism. She broke down the frequencies of co-occurring medical conditions in this well-characterized population, and patterns of healthcare usage. She also suggested how these data can help to improve the lives of individuals with autism
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