A group for UMass Lowell students on the autism spectrum.
Connections is a group for UMass Lowell students who are on the autism spectrum. Connections provides an opportunity to meet other UMass Lowell students, and to share information and provide support that may increase your success at UMass Lowell. Connections meets once a week for 7-weeks. Connections is an interdisciplinary collaboration between the Department of Psychology (Associate Prof., Ashleigh Hillier), UMass Lowell's Counseling Center, and UMass Lowell's Student Disability Services.
Ashleigh Hillier, Ph.D. (UMass Lowell Department of Psychology), UMass Lowell's Counseling Center, and UMass Lowell’s Student Disability Services run “Connections” for UMass Lowell students on the autism spectrum. Participants meet for an hour once a week for seven weeks at UMass Lowell's south campus. Meetings are free and confidential. The program is offered in both Spring and Fall semesters.
The aims of Connections are:
In weekly Connections meetings we will discuss topics such as:
Connections takes place each semester once a week for an hour for 7-weeks at UMass Lowell south campus. Day of the week and exact time are decided closer to the time based on students' schedules.
To join Connections please contact Jody Goldstein in Student Disability Services.
University Crossing, #300
Lowell, MA 01854