Adelphi’s “Bridges to Adelphi” program is specifically for students on the spectrum. In the words of the program leadership:
Students embarking on college life often feel lost and anxious. But for students with Asperger’s Syndrome, Autism, Social Anxiety Disorders and other nonverbal learning disabilities, the college experience can be especially confusing and isolating. The Bridges to Adelphi Program is designed to enhance college life for students with nonverbal learning disabilities by providing help with organizational skills, time management, independent living skills and social skills training.
Using social learning and cognitive behavioral principles as theoretical foundations, Bridges to Adelphi is a multifaceted intervention program that includes coaching, learning strategies, behavioral modeling, and peer mentoring which addresses social, academic and vocational areas.
School-sponsored program: Yes
Counseling: through other campus resources
Social Skills Instruction/Coaching: Yes
Academic Support: Yes
Application Required: Yes
Extra Fee: Yes
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