Additional resources


Jamieson, J., & Jamieson, C. (2004). Managing Asperger Syndrome at College and University: A resource for students, tutors and support services. Great Britain: David Fulton Publishers

Wolf, L.E., Brown, J.T., & Bork, G.R. (2009). Students with Asperger Syndrome: A guide for college personnel. Shawnee Mission, KS: AAPC


Organization for Autism Research. (2010). Understanding Asperger Syndrome: A Professor's Guide. [Retrieved 26 June 2012]

Online training

British Psychological Society. (2011). Raising awareness of adult autism. [Retrieved 20 April 2016]

Please note there are three e-learning modules, the first two, Building awareness of adults autism and Supporting adults with autism, are free. The third one, Working with adults with autism incurs a cost. You will need to sign-up to the British Psychological Society to access the e-learning modules. Sign-up is free.


Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training. [7 April 2016]

Hughes, M., Milne, V., McCall, A., & Pepper, S. (2010). Supporting students with Asperger's Syndrome. Higher Education Academy UK Physical Sciences Centre [Retrieved 7 April 2016; PDF 1.3 MB]

Martin, N., Hodge, N., Goodley, D., & Madriaga, M. (2008). Pathways 9: Assisting Students with Asperger Syndrome. Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training. [Retrieved 7 April 2016]

National Autistic Society. (2012) Education professionals in further and higher education. [Retrieved 7 April 2016]

Organization for Autism Research. (2010). Life journey through Autism. [Retrieved 26 June 2012]

SUNY Fredonia University. (Unknown). Supporting students with Asperger's Syndrome in Higher Education. [Retrieved 26 June 2012; PDF 171 KB]

Szidon,K., Ruppar, A. & Smith, L. (2015). Five steps for developing effective transition plans for high school students with Autism Spectrum DisorderTeaching Exceptional Children, 47, 147-152. [20 April 2016; PDF 431 KB]

Trinity College Dublin. (2011). Autism spectrum disorder. [Retrieved 26 June 2012]

University of Cambridge. (2009). Supporting students with Asperger Syndrome. [Retrieved 26 June 2012; PDF 126 KB]

University of Melbourne. Student Equity and Disability Support: Asperger's Syndrome  [Retrieved 15 April 2016]

NOTE: A few of these resources were written in other countries and some of the content in these resources may not be applicable for university and TAFE students in Australia e.g. legislation and tertiary education system.


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