How to Use the Website (and more)
This website was created to help students on the autism spectrum transition to college, whether directly, as in the ASD pages, or indirectly by giving advice to family members and helping friends and instructors better understand autism.
Navigating the Website
The website is divided into five basic categories - ASD: Pre-College, ASD: During College, Family, Friends, and Instructors. You can return to their home pages by clicking on their names on the bar to the right, or in the footer. If you're looking for a particular article in a section, simply hover your cursor over the name of the category on the right, and then in the selection bar that appears click on the article you're interested in reading. If you wish to search the website, or get lost at any point and want to get directly to what you're looking for, there are search bars located at the header and footer of every page.
Giving Feedback, Asking Questions, and Making Suggestions
The website was created to be very user-sensitive, which means it's intended to adapt based on user feedback. As a result, feedback and suggestions are not only welcomed, they are encouraged. If you have any feedback or suggestions to give, or want to ask a question about the website, or related to the subject of autism/transitioning to college, simply go to the Contact Me page. I'll do my best to answer you promptly and adapt the website to fit the feedback. At times, I am out of the country and without access to internet, so if it takes me a while to answer, that is undoubtedly the reason and you have my apologies in advance. Rest assured, I will answer your email as soon as I can.
Make Your Own Submission
Blogs, articles, videos, or even additions to previously existing articles
You may notice that I include the phrases ASD and neurotypical in the website a lot. To clarify, the way I use them, ASD means people with autism spectrum disorders, while neurotypical is used to indicate those not on the autism spectrum.