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Resources

Many organizations and agencies have developed resources that are useful to students and young adults with ASD related to a wide range of issues.  The list below contains valuable resources that you may find useful as you transition from secondary educational settings to postsecondary education or employment.

 

 

National Autism Center: Resources

The National Autism Center has made free resources available through their online library.  These resources include a guide on using evidence-based practices in schools, national standards reports, parent's guides, and many others.  These resources may be valuable in helping others understand the learning needs of individuals with ASD or in helping to take new approaches to building new skills.

National Autism Center Resources Webpage

 

 

National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorder (NPDC)

The NPDC provides a number of modules that introduce evidence-based practices including some that can be used to learn to preform new skills and potentially gain more independence.  Each module can be accessed independently and provides guidance on one specific best-practice. 

NPDC: Evidence Based Practices Webpage



Timeline for Transition from Secondary to Postsecondary education

This sample timeline can be used as a guide to important milestones in the transition process. The timeline begins in Grades 9&10 and continues through the final month before moving to college.

Timeline from High School to College Entrance Document