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Building Cultures of Well-Being: Students on the Autism Spectrum
10:15 AM - 10:45 AM
Wed May 1, 2019
Great Hall West
Health & Wellness in Special Populations

Description
Objectives:
• Recognize autism as a rapidly growing part of campus diversity (neurodiversity).
• Understand the unique and complex challenges for students on the Spectrum in successfully transitioning to higher education.
• Identify key strengths and weaknesses in campus culture/programming/academics that affect the well-being of this subpopulation and the campus community as a whole.

Presenter
Johann Fiore-Conte Assistant Vice President for Health and Wellness, Binghamton University

Speaker
Dianne Gray Director, Services for Students with Disabilities, Binghamton University

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