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    Autistic Identity Development and Postsecondary Education

    This article uses a disability identity development model to explore the potential impact of autism acceptance and medical model perspectives at different stages of development. Postsecondary program elements that emphasize neurodiversity, understanding strengths, and the building of academic strategies for success that support students who are in the process of identity development are recommended.  (Disability Studies Quarterly. Vol 36, No 3 (2016) Ken Gobbo, Solvegi Shmulsky).

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    Webinar: Engaging Students on the Autism Spectrum in Tertiary Settings: An Evidence-Based Peer-Mentoring Program at Curtin University

    This webinar was hosted by ADCET and the Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND)  in September, 2016. Presented by Dr Theresa Kidd and Dr Jasmine McDonald (Joint Program Managers of the Curtin Specialist Mentoring Program (CSMP)) .

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    Enabled Employment

    Enabled Employment is a labour hire company for people with a disability. Enabled Employment is unique in Australia and possibly the world with its approach of using flexible arrangements to enable highly capable people with a disability to find productive and well-paid employment. Enabled Employment makes it easy for businesses to fill skill gaps.

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    OpenAccess Chat

    Developed specifically for people who are Deaf and hard of hearing, OpenAccess Chat helps you to be part of the conversation. The app allows users to have a conversation in a noisy environment and it can help Deaf students learn English and the art of discussions.

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    OpenAccess Face to Face

    OpenAccess Face to Face supports learning and conversing between Deaf and hearing people with Auslan to English interactions. Choose English words or phrases from the list to view pre-recorded Auslan video. Use one device, or link two together. Through matched content that appear on paired iPads, Deaf people can develop their English literacy from a range of phrases in the video library and hearing people can watch short Auslan videos and practice sign language.

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    App Wheel. autism spectrum conditions

    The app wheel contains a range of apps considered as relevant to students within the autism spectrum.  A number of these apps are relevant to education. When viewing these apps be aware that not all are relevant to adult learners.

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    Autism Apps

    This website has been developed by the Autism Association of Western Australia in response to the many parents, teachers and individuals who have asked us how to effectively use technology to support a person with Autism.

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    Video: Screen Reader technology in use

    Duncan Meeding is enrolled in a Masters of Social Work and is a user of technologies such as JAWS, KNFB Reader and Victor Reader Stream.

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    Rescue Time

    This software keeps track of how much time you spend on websites and different software applications. It aims to assist in understanding daily habits and assist in planning for more focused work habits.

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    Droptask. Task management

    A visual organiser for scheduling and organising tasks of varying complexity. Synchs with applications such as Gmail.