Spectrum Pathways: Living and Learning in a Neurodiverse World





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Published on Nov 28, 2018

The Vanderbilt Institute for Digital Learning (VIDL) partnered with Professor Beth Malow on a short video showcasing her trans-institutional research collaboration on addressing quality of life issues for young adults on the autism spectrum. Malow is the principal investigator on the TIPs award-winning Spectrum Pathways project, an intervention study which helps adults on the autism spectrum select and attain their own goals. In the program, coaching sessions with trained Vanderbilt students are supplemented with skill-based instruction on conflict resolution, self-management, and mindfulness-based stress reduction. Participants also engage in a variety of meaningful activities organized in collaboration with Spectrum Pathways' community partners including such organizations as the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, the Frist Art Museum, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, the Nashville Zoo, the Adventure Science Center, and many more. Learn more about the Spectrum Pathways program here: http://news.vumc.org/2017/07/27/initi... Read more about Dr Malow’s TIPs award here: https://www.vanderbilt.edu/strategicp... This video is one in a series of VIDL-produced videos showcasing research at Vanderbilt. VIDL hopes to use these short films to explain the research for a general campus audience and to highlight how the research impacts learning both on campus and beyond.

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