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Autism Support Program

mfarb815mfarb815 Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
I'm the parent of an 18 year old with Asperger's who is considering attending Drexel University. Does anyone have any information about the Drexel Autism Support Program or know of anyone who has attended?

Replies to: Autism Support Program

  • WestnovasalleWestnovasalle Registered User Posts: 23 Junior Member
    I am a independent counselor and Drexel is consistently on our list of schools that are Aspergers friendly. Check out their Student Support page as it lists some of the services they offer including options for a personal contact person, extended time if documentation supports it, etc. Being on their campus versus others, I feel a vibe of being very accepting of high level, different learners. We need more of these kids to do well and make a difference in our world! Let me know how you make out!
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