Navigating College
A Project of The Autistic Self Advocacy Network

Testimonials

I am a professional, not a person on the spectrum but I specialize in transition to adulthood issues and I think this book is one of the best ones I have read. I really appreciated the honest tone of the book as well as the insights and inspiration from the contributors. I will be encouraging many to seek this book as a primary reference...
Michelle Garcia Winner Creator of Social Thinking®
This is a much needed resource. I am very excited to see this available for current and incoming college students. Too many university disability services offices are unaware of the breadth of accommodation and supports that could be provided to students with disabilities and who need supports for full participation. This guide will be an invaluable resource for college student on the autism spectrum in realizing their full inclusion in higher education.
Carol Quirk Co-Executive Director of the Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education and Board President of TASH
This valuable guide breaks new ground in providing autistic students with guidance from the perspective of autistic adults. This resource encourages students to build upon their strengths, respect and value their unique ways of being, and find the support they need to succeed in college. It will be an asset to autistic students, students with other disabilities, and student and non-student allies.
Allegra Stout Founder of Wesleyan Students for Disability Rights
Making the transition to college is one of the most exciting and yet terrifying periods in a young person’s life. This guide will assist youth in navigating that transition with its excellent tips and resources.
Curtis Richards Director of the National Collaborative on Workforce & Disability for Youth at the Institute for Educational Leadership

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