September 2019: School Supports
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Adding Equity and Inclusion to the College Experience

We have so much to learn from our college students with autism about creating community and finding a voice.

Math and Social Skills Intervention to Teach Life Skills

This research study will examine an intervention that combines math instruction with social skills.

How To

Prepare Your Child for College

Making the transition from high school to college takes preparation. These tips can help you and your child get ready.

Resource Spotlight

Helping Students Prepare for College

These resources help students with autism know what to expect and how to adapt to college life and academics

OAR News
OAR Earns Four-Star Rating Fifth Year In a Row
OAR has earned the highest possible rating, four stars, from Charity Navigator for the fifth consecutive year. 

Graduate Students Invited to Submit Research Proposals

OAR funds studies aimed at helping people with autism lead healthier, happier lives.

Watch OAR's Latest Webinar on Problem Behavior
Watch OAR's latest webinar, led by Dr. Jane Barbin, about addressing problem behavior.

OAR Is Moving!

Update your address book. OAR has a new address.

New Staff Member Joins OAR

Please welcome OAR's new programs and outreach associate, Margaret Gorman.

OAR's Summer Intern Reflects on Her Experience

Sophie Thurschwell completed what she describes as a busy, eye-opening, and valuable internship on August 16.

Community News
The State of Special Education

Recent reports about issues in special education are making headlines.
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OAR is a nonprofit organization established in accordance with Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code and is incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia (EIN# 54-2062167). As provided for under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, copies of OAR's financial statements are available upon request from the State Division of Consumer Affairs in the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services in Richmond, Va.

Funds raised go directly to the identification of research priorities and the funding of applied research grants that will help individuals and families today. Donations are fully tax-deductible.

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