Bridges to Adelphi

Bridges to Adelphi Program

A College Program for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Social Anxiety Disorders

Students embarking on college life often feel lost and anxious. But for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorders and other nonverbal learning disabilities, the college experience can be especially confusing and isolating. The Bridges to Adelphi Program is designed to enhance college life for students with nonverbal learning disabilities by providing help with organizational skills, time management, independent living skills and social skills training.

Using social learning and cognitive behavioral principles as theoretical foundations, Bridges to Adelphi is a multifaceted intervention program that includes coaching, learning strategies, behavioral modeling, and peer mentoring.

The Bridges to Adelphi Program is a fee-based program. Please contact admissions@adelphi.edu for more information or complete our interest form.

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Adelphi University gratefully acknowledges support from the Jewish Child Care Association's Compass Project, the UJA Federation of New York and the Herbert M. Citrin Foundation.

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Contact
For additional information about Bridges to Adelphi, please contact:

Bridges to Adelphi Program
Division of Student Affairs
Adelphi University
University Center Room 302
P.O. Box 701
Garden City, NY 11530-0701

p - 516.877.3665
f - 516.877.3139
e - bridges@adelphi.edu


This page was last modified on May 13, 2014.

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