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Helpdesk - Tracking Your Goals in 2020

Posted on 12/13/19 in Transition to Adulthood by Milestones

Setting goals for the New Year is often much easier than sticking to them! The Milestones Helpdesk staff wants to provide you with a couple of tools you may use to track and reach the... read more

Supporting Diversity Within the Neurodiverse Community: How Do We Turn the Tide?

Posted on 12/06/19 in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion by Dr. Lamar Hardwick

Over the last decade, the words “diversity” and “inclusion” have become the anchor for advocacy and justice efforts for an emerging generation of scholars, activists, faith communities, and a number of other civic-minded and social... read more

Dating and ASD: My Journey to Finding the One

Posted on 12/06/19 in Relationships and Social Skills by Milestones Intern Haley Wargo

Dating can be a tricky thing to navigate. It’s even harder for someone with ASD. There are nuances and social cues we just might miss. Dating was always challenging for me. I had an interest... read more

Social Strategies for Building Adult Friendships

Posted on 11/13/19 in Transition to Adulthood by Haley Dunn, MA, LPC

Making friends takes work at any age, but as you get older, it can become increasingly more difficult. According to a study done by University of Kansas communications professor, Jeffrey Hall, it was found that it... read more

How Masking My Autism Led to Burnout

Posted on 11/13/19 in Health by Molly D. Dann-Pipinias

Masking or camouflaging is something just about everybody does on a daily basis. Depending on where you are or who you are with, you act a certain way. People with autism have to do this... read more

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