FREE – NOW ONLINE – Preparing for College – Workshop & College Consultations
April 18 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm, Free
Preparing for College Workshop
WHEN: Saturday, April 18, 2020
TIME: 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM EST
HOSTS: Dr. Jane Brown and AANE Staff
WHAT: Join presenter Jane Thierfeld Brown, EdD co-author of “A Parent’s Guide to College for Students on the Autism Spectrum”, as she talks about the key steps needed for success after high school for students with Asperger Syndrome and related conditions.
- Assessing readiness for post-secondary education.
- Developing independence, self- regulation, and organizational skills.
- Deciding which college environments might be a good match for your teen.
- Accommodations process in college, working with college personnel.
- Laws and strategies parents and teens need to know.
Sunday, April 19th Hourly consultations are available with Dr. Brown for parents with their teens online via Skype beginning at 9:00 AM.
AANE is thrilled to partner with Dr. Jane Thierfeld Brown to offer college consultations for your teen and family. Students with Asperger Profiles often have unique needs for support in areas that colleges are not mandated to provide. In-depth understanding of a student’s strengths and challenges and an institution’s ability to support them is essential in facilitating a successful experience.
Bio: Jane Thierfeld Brown is Assistant Clinical Professor at Yale Child Study, Yale Medical School, and is the Director of College Autism Spectrum, an independent counseling service. She has worked in Disability Services for 39 years. Dr. Brown also consults with many families, students, school districts and institutions of higher education. She has co-authored “Student 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. Dr. Brown is married and has three children, the youngest being a 26-year-old son with Autism.