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Students on the autism spectrum may experience a drop off the services cliff when transitioning from high school to college. The University of Maryland has started a new organization, SIGNA (Social Interaction Group Network for Students with Autism), to assist with the transition.
- Nan Bernstein Ratner Nan Bernstein Ratner, Director of the University of Maryland Autism Research Consortium.
- Kathryn Dow-Burger Speech-Language Pathologist Associate Director, University of Maryland Autism Research Consortium (UMARC)
- Reid Caplan Leadership Programs Coordinator Autism Self Advocacy Network @autselfadvocacy
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