Goshen College’s neurodivergent students find valuable support and connection


by Goshen College and available here

Brooke Lemmon, who started teaching at Goshen College in 2015, launched an Autism Spectrum Disorder social group on campus in the fall of 2020 as a part of her PhD studies.

Amidst a growing awareness of neurodiversity in educational settings, Brooke Lemmon, professor of education and director of special education at Goshen College, stands as a beacon of advocacy and support for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). With a career spanning nearly two decades in the field of education, Lemmon has dedicated herself to creating an environment where neurodivergent students can flourish.

“College can pose unique challenges for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder,” said Lemmon. “But with the right support systems in place, they can navigate these challenges and thrive.” […]

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