MARQUETTE AUTISM SUPPORT AND RESOURCES

We are interested in adding to this directory of resources for Marquette community members affected by autism spectrum conditions. Do you have suggestions for supports or resources that are already available at Marquette? We’d like to hear from you.

Office of Residence Life: Choosing a residence environment that supports your needs is important. Consider if a single or shared room might be preferred. It is also a good idea to let your resident assistant know about your needs. Contact the Office of Residence Life for information about residence hall characteristics and types of rooms available. * Marquette students only

Office of Student Educational Services: OSES can provide group or individual tutoring and academic support. * Marquette students only

Office of Disability Services: Registering with ODS opens the possibility of receiving academic accommodations that will help you achieve your full potential. Contact ODS to find out what documentation is needed and what accommodations and support may be available. * Marquette students only

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For more information about Marquette's Autism Consortium, please contact us.

Get involved: One of the best ways to meet people at Marquette is to join an activity or club that interests you. Check out these sites for groups, clubs and activities or service groups for current offerings.

Counseling Center: The Counseling Center can provide short-term therapy for anxiety, depression, stress related to the college transition and related concerns. Contact the Counseling Center for information on what services are available. * Marquette students only

The Interdisciplinary Autism Clinic offers group instruction in friendship and relationship skills, also known as PEERS, for preschoolers, adolescents, and young adults with autism spectrum disorder. Marquette students are welcome in young adult groups. Contact Marquette PEERS for information about when the next group begins.

Special needs dental clinic: The School of Dentistry offers dental services with regard to sensory sensitivities.

Speech Pathology and Audiology Clinic: The Speech Clinic at Marquette offers individual therapy and diagnostic evaluations for communication difficulties for adults and group therapies for younger children.

 

Please refer to this handoutfor a list of external providers of diagnostic services.

 

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Email: mac@marquette.edu