Pace Professor was Interviewed for Parenting Magazine

Pace Professor Dianne Zager was featured in an article by Stacey Colino of Parenting Magazine.

Pace Professor Dianne Zager was featured in an article by Stacey Colino of Parenting Magazine.

For kids with ASDs, “it’s like trying to break the code to how the world works and the code is forever changing,” explains Dianne Zager, Ph.D., the director of the Center for Teaching & Research in Autism at Pace University.

http://www.parenting.com/new/health-guide/autism-spectrum-disorders

Pace University works with the Organization for Autism Research to inform Teachers and Professors on How to accomodate Students with Aspergers

The Organization for Autism Research, in cooperation with GRASP and Pace University, has produced and posted a great video for professors addressing these concerns.

Understanding Asperger’s in a College Context. Do you teach?  If you do, it’s likely that sooner or later you will encounter someone in your class that has Asperger’s, diagnosed or undiagnosed. Would you know how to recognize Asperger’s in a student? Or know how to accommodate the unique needs of a student with Aspergers? The Organization for Autism Research, in cooperation with GRASP and Pace University, has produced and posted a great video for professors addressing these concerns.