April is National Autism Awareness Month and CUSP Educational Service is delighted to stand up as a representative for higher education. As CUSP helps assists students and families with transitional and executive functioning issues it believes in potential of all students assisting with progression at varying levels of learning.
Autism Awareness is dedicated to highlighting those affected by autism along with promoting recognition and acceptance. Thousands are faced with autistic diagnoses each year, yet those diagnosed should be provided with the highest quality of opportunity within this lifetime. Together through promoted awareness in schools and communities those with ASD can truly begin to be understood for the unique individuals they are.
This is a busy month for CUSP. In addition to the coaching and mentoring services we provide, we will be at the Autism Awareness Fair in Saratoga NY On April 19th from noon to 5 pm. The following day CUSP (April 20th) CUSP staff will be in Utica NY, welcoming author, colleague and Autism advocate Jesse Saperstein to the SUNY Polytechnic Institute. Jesse will be sharing his college experience with students and faculty in a presentation entitled, “College Life with Asperger’s: Nothing but the Truth” from 5-6:30 in the Student Center.
For more information about these events or other CUSP Educational Services please contact a CUSP representative firstname.lastname@example.org