The Autism Spectrum Navigators program offers individualized access services for Bellevue College students who have an Autism Spectrum Condition. Students who have met the College admission requirements must fill out an intake request form at the Disability Resource Center and request Autism Spectrum Navigators in the “Disability Information” section.
Our mission is to provide access services for autistic students that lead to successful academic outcomes while providing educational opportunities that increase self-knowledge in the areas of executive functioning, self-regulation, social interaction, self-advocacy and career preparation; and to actively promote a campus wide environment of inclusion and understanding of students, faculty and staff with neurological differences.
Note: Deadline for 2014/2015 has passed. Admission is Fall ONLY.
Students may register for accommodations with the Disability Resource Center all year.
For more information, email: email@example.com or phone: (425) 564-2764.
Saturday, April 26, 2014 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Invite your friends, neighbors, family, professionals, educators – everyone – to come and enjoy a fun-filled day while learning about autism at college. Support our Autism Spectrum Navigators program and our students, too! Free Admission * $10 tournament fee * All Ages * Free Parking […]
Above is a video produced by Instructure, the makers of Canvas, about how this tool is used to empower students on the autism spectrum.
Canvas is an online learning management system that allows the sharing of course content and communications between instructors and students, provides online learning activities and assessments, and keep track of students’ progress.
Sara Gardner was interviewed by Sonya Green on KBCS 91.3 as Washington Governor Jay Inslee declares April as Autism Acceptance Month. In this segment, Sara defines Autism, talks about the newly created Autism Acceptance Month as declared by Governor Jay Inslee, talks about the need for Autism awareness and acceptance in the community, points out […]