Autism Spectrum Disorder Program
TCC will follow all Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and local guidelines to determine the delivery of mode of the Autism Spectrum Disorder Program for Summer and Fall 2020.
Currently we are offering 1 on-campus course for the fall semester.
Autism Social Skills & Communication
- Dates: August 25-November 5, 2020
- Time: 9-10:50 a.m.
- Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays
- Cost: $300
- Apply: Visit our registration page for instructions on applying and registering.
- Registration: Register in WebAdvisor.
- Course Section and Synonym Number: COMX-1001-40208-0537182
- Location: Southeast Campus
TCC Community Education & Engagement (CEE) partners with the Texas Health and Human Services and Spectrum Services to offer to students with autism and Asperger syndrome a well-rounded education that emphasizes training in socialization skills and academics.
Through a mixture of didactic presentation, demonstration, role-play and discussion, students will learn how to do the activities of daily living needed in order to be successful in school and to get a job.
If you qualify, you can register for classes focused on the following areas:
Focus: Develop your academic skills and identify the reasonable accommodations you need.
You will learn:
- How to communicate effectively with campus faculty and staff (self-advocacy)
- How to request reasonable accommodations
- Skills in planning, organizing and completing tasks (executive functioning skills)
Social Skills Supports
Focus: Create meaningful friendships and relationships with faculty.
You will learn social skills through:
- Individualized help to get involved in campus organizations, clubs, and extra-curricular activities
- Support access to campus activities and organizations that provide opportunities and develop social skills
- Skill-building group sessions that use role-play activities to teach appropriate social skills for a college lifestyle
- Individual and small group mentoring sessions
Independent Living Skills Supports
Focus: Learn how to take care of yourself.
- Teach you effective living skills needed to move into adulthood
- Help you manage the day-to-day needs of a college lifestyle
- Work with residence hall staff to ensure you have proper living accommodations
Community Education & Engagement
Vickie Moss, Coordinator
Carrie Tunson, Executive Director
Updated July 02, 2020