From the UC website:
The SEAD program focuses on assisting students on the autism spectrum with understanding, achieving and developing a pathway to success.
Participants in the program will meet with a Graduate Assistant on a weekly basis to assist in social and interpersonal skills, understanding how their disability can affect their transition to college, and to provide campus support while promoting autonomy of each student. As this program goes beyond the legislative mandates, in order to provide the necessary materials and resources, participation in this program includes a rate of $3,200 per semester. For students who may need a less intensive program, they can still participate in SEAD on a reduced level. The rate for Track II of SEAD is $1700 per semester.
School-sponsored program: Yes
Social Skills Instruction/Coaching: Yes
Academic Support: Yes
Application Required: Yes
Extra Fee: Yes
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