The Autism News | English Andy Gulley gets instruction from wellness coordinator Jamie Kennedy as students learn to improve core body fitness. Young men with asperger’s syndrome live in a residential program in Melbourne where they are encouraged to socialize, stay fit and operate better in society. (GEORGE SKENE, ORLANDO SENTINEL / September 12, 2009) By Linda Shrieves | Orlando Sentinel Most parents dream of sending their kids off to college someday.
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Intensive program helps prepare Asperger’s, autistic students for college