Additional resources for students

Audio

RMIT University. (2006). Aspirations. [Retrieved 23 July 2012]

Aspirations is a collection of tertiary transition experiences from people with Asperger's Disorder. 

Websites

Autism help. Adult Files. [Retrieved 21 April 2016; PDF 3.3 MB]

Elliott, T., & Wilson, C. (2008). Thinking about higher education? Tips from students with dyslexia, mental health difficulties and Asperger's Syndrome. [Retrieved 21 April 2016]

University of Melbourne. (2009). Towards success in tertiary study Asperger's Syndrome. [Retrieved 23 July 2012; PDF 53.5 KB]

National Disability Coordination Officer Program. (2015). [Retrieved 7 April 2016]

National Disability Coordination Officer Program (2015). How to transition to tertiary education: Helpful hints for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  [Retrieved 7 April 2016]

National Disability Coordination Officer Program. (2012). Preparing for higher education: A Victorian guide for students with a disability [PDF 3.16 MB]. [Retrieved 20 September 2012]

National Disability Coordination Officer Program. (2012). Preparing for TAFE: A guide for students with a disability in Victoria [PDF 2 MB]. [Retrieved 7 April 2016]

National Disability Coordination Officer Program, South Western and Western Sydney. Get ready for work and study: Top tips for students with disabilities and carers. [Retrieved 7 April 2016]

Tascare Society for Children, & National Disability Coordination Officer Program in Tasmania (unknown). Beyond the School Gate: The transition from school to adult life can present young people with disability and their families with a whole range of opportunities and challenges. [Retrieved 19 September 2012]

Books

Edmonds, G. & Worton, D. (2006). The Asperger social guide: How to relate with confidence to anyone in any social situation as an adult with Asperger's Syndrome. London, UK: Paul Chapman Publishing.

Harpur, J., Lawlor, M., & Fitzgerald, M. (2004). Succeeding in College with Asperger Syndrome. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

 

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.