W&M Neurodiversity Course in DC June 1-June 2, 2019

Are You Interested in Learning More About Autism?
Do You Have a Child With Autism Who Is Transitioning to College?
The Neurodiversity Initiative at the College of William & Mary is offering a two day course in DC!

Saturday, June 1 -- "Neurodiversity 101"

  • 10:00am-4:00pm

Sunday, June 2 -- "Neurodiversity and Education Settings: Transitions to College"

  • 9:00am-3:00pm
W&M Washington Center
1779 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Suite 705
Washington, DC 20036

 

Open to W&M alums, students, and the general public!

Day 1 students will learn about the concept of neurodiversity, and discuss how brain differences -- primarily autism spectrum conditions -- shape the ways in which neurodiverse people process information, think about themselves and others, manage their emotions, and navigate romantic and professional relationships.

Day 2 students will learn about skills that should be developed to be more prepared for the transition to higher education.

The workshop will be especially useful for:

  • Parents of neurodiverse children
  • K-12 and higher education professionals
  • Mental health professionals
  • Human resource professionals
  • Those who want to learn more about neurodiversity

Registration options (Seats limited)

One Day Registration $175

Two Day Registration $300

Two Day Academic Credit Course $400

Register Now!
Taught By:
Josh Burk
Professor and Chair of Psychology
Karin Wulf
Professor of History and Director of Omohundro Institute for
Early American History and Culture
Cheryl Dickter
Associate Professor of Psychology
Janice Zeman
Professor of Psychology
John Elder Robison
W&M Scholar in Residence and best-selling author
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