Lawrence Kowalski, of the University of Michigan Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Program with the Center for the Child and the Family presented
Autism Spectrum Disorder and College: How to Promote Success in Higher Education
on Friday, April 4th at the Hatcher Graduate Library Gallery.
Lawrence “Larry” Kowalski works in the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) program at the University Center for the Child and the Family (UCCF). Larry received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Michigan and his Master’s Degree in Clinical-Behavioral Psychology from Eastern Michigan University. Previously, Larry has worked in the Simon’s Simplex Collection (SSC) gathering phenotypic data of families with one child diagnosed with ASD, the Early Steps Study (ESS) as a therapist implementing the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) with toddlers, and provided in-home behavioral therapy for children with ASD. He also has advanced experience administering diagnostic instruments for ASD, cognitive testing protocols, as well as a variety of other standardized protocols.
This presentation is part of a year-long series in recognition of the Services for Students with Disabilities 40th Anniversary year.