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Steps to Autism Acceptance Podcast: Episode Two, Managing Limitations and Shutdowns in College

Steps to Autism Acceptance Podcast: Episode Two, Managing Limitations and Shutdowns in College
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Editorial Board Member Arianne Garcia and college student Rem discuss some of the challenges and barriers to autistic student success, as well as how to deal with shutdowns on campus: what they might feel like, what might trigger them, how students can address them, and how teachers and instructors can best support students who are struggling with a shutdown.

Download transcript, Arianne Garcia and Rem: Managing Limitations and Avoiding Shutdowns on Campus

 

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Arianne Garcia

Arianne Garcia is a Hispanic writer, activist, artist, and autism advocate. She was diagnosed at 25 with ADHD and autism. Unsatisfied with just educating herself, Arianne set up her own website to help others navigate the tricky communication bridge between autistic and neurotypical thinking and speaking. Arianne has written on numerous autism topics, such as Hispanics and autism diagnosis rates, hiring autistic people, suicidal ideation in autistic adults, amongst other things. Arianne‘s stress therapy includes sensory aides, music, and playing with Legos. Interested in her work? Visit her website: www.arianneswork.com

Rem

Rem is an autistic student in his second year of college.

 

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