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Ask the Expert - Mary Lombardo, CCBDD Travel Training Program

Posted on 08/28/18 in Transition to Adulthood by Milestones

Driving is a huge factor of every-day life: we drive to shop, to get to work or school, to visit loved ones, and to access healthcare, among many other things. Now imagine if you were... read more

Substance Abuse and ASD: Ties, Treatment, and How to Address the Problem

Posted on 08/24/18 in Transition to Adulthood by Milestones

Recent studies indicate that adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have significantly higher risk of developing a substance use diagnosis (SUD) than the general population (Butwicka, et al, 2017). With its sensory complications, social deficits,... read more

Helpdesk: Top 10 Tips for Parents Attending Their First Milestones Conference

Posted on 04/25/18 in Transition to Adulthood by Milestones

First time attending the Milestones National Autism Conference? We're so excited to have you! Get ready for two days full of new knowledge, resources and friends. With 90 workshops and over 1,000 people in attendance,... read more

Ask the Expert - Tim Averre, Orange City Schools

Posted on 02/23/18 in Transition to Adulthood by Milestones

As Transition Coordinator for Orange City Schools, the primary focus of my job is to assist families and students in the coordination of transition services that will enable favorable post-secondary outcomes. Or in less formal language,... read more

Helpdesk: Making the Most of the Summer Season

Posted on 02/22/18 in Transition to Adulthood by Milestones

For young adults, taking advantage of the summer months is often essential to gaining valuable experience, learning new skills, and preparing for the next chapter of life. Some volunteer with a local nonprofit to give... read more

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