A three-part virtual instructional series for higher education professionals interested in launching a campus program or initiative to support autistic and other neurodivergent students. Sessions will be held the week of June 5 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons from 3 pm until 4:30.

Autism support programs take many forms, from small initiatives located in a disability services office to a fully-staffed stand-alone program serving many students across campus. All of these programs have one thing in common: they began with an idea and a plan to implement that idea. This three-part live instructional series is designed for campus-based professionals who are interested in launching a new program, or taking an existing program or initiative to a new level.

Participants will be part of a planning cohort that will extend for up to a year and will be supported by an experienced mentor.