MSU Denver to host free online movie screening
To recognize diversity on our campus, join the University community to watch “Autism Goes to College.”
October 14, 2020
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in every 54 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, a neurodevelopmental disorder. Metropolitan State University of Denver serves approximately 100 students with an ASD diagnosis. Although many adults with ASD excel in a wide range of skills, college environments can be challenging due to reduced structure, social and communication demands and the increased need to manage time effectively.
To learn more about the strengths and challenges of adults with ASD in college, please join the Department of Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences, the MSU Denver Access Center and the National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association to watch a screening of the movie “Autism Goes to College.”
Free screening of “Autism Goes to College.”
Join us to watch the movie through Microsoft Teams via the link below.
+1 720-577-5242 United States, Denver (toll); Conference ID: 339 792 80#
The event is sponsored by the MSU Denver Diversity Initiative Grant.
To learn more about specialized services available to MSU Denver students on the autism spectrum, visit the Integrated Supports for Students with Autism in College website. The ISSAC program is now recruiting students in any discipline/major to serve as peer mentors. Please contact Siva priya Santhanam, Ph.D., assistant professor, SLHS, if you are interested.
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