UVM has a good reputation for serving students with ASD’s, probably due in part to a former staffperson in their disabilities office having a specialty in serving such students. They do not, however, have an ASD-specific program or a “unified” program serving a broader range of students. The school does have a full suite of disability services (called ACCESS), a peer tutoring program, and a TRiO program that includes service to students with disabilities.
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