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Institute for Learning Differences

Students with Autism: the Transition to College and Beyond

Tuesday, November 28th | 6 p.m.
Science Lecture Hall | Science Building
333 Thomas More Parkway, Crestview Hills, KY 41017

This program introduces information to parents and professionals working with students who have Autism Spectrum Disorder that relates to:

  • Changes in educational law and regulations
  • Challenges students on the spectrum face in college
  • Best practices for the transition into higher education

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The Institute for Learning Differences, a division of the Thomas More Success Center, offers a comprehensive program designed to support students with documented learning differences on their journey to achieve a college education.

Mission Statement

The Institute for Learning Differences strives to promote success for college students with documented learning differences by offering learner-centered support in the areas of academics, social and life skills growth, and executive function development.

The ILD will fulfill its mission by offering a comprehensive program which includes professional tutoring, academic and life coaching, and assistive technology; all coordinated through a strategic learning specialist. The Institute will also serve as a resource for the faculty and staff of Thomas More, as well as the community at large. In addition to our goal of assisting students with learning differences such as language-based learning challenges, ADHD, Asperger's and other Autism Spectrum Disorders we are helping students find their place on campus and in the world.**

**Services are fee based and contingent upon enrollment; traditional accommodations are offered through disability services at no cost.

Contact Information

Amy Osborne, Director
Institute for Learning Differences
Thomas More College
333 Thomas More Parkway
Crestview Hills, KY 41017
(859) 344-3582

**Services are fee-based and contingent upon enrollment; traditional accommodations are offered through disability services at no cost.

* Accommodations in compliance with section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 are offered to the student at no charge. Please see disability services or contact for more information.

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