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Disabled college students find niches

Schools offering variety of options
For students such as Tony Saylor, 22, who has autism and attends Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Mich., colleges are offering more options to accommodate their learning differences and enable them to earn degrees and find meaningful careers.
Most of autistic college student Tony Saylor’s professors allow his constant doodling during lectures because it enables him to process information and stay awake.

Disabled college students find niches

For students such as Tony Saylor, 22, who has autism and attends Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Mich., colleges are offering more options to accommodate their learning differences and enable them to earn degrees and find meaningful careers.
Most of autistic college student Tony Saylor’s professors allow his constant doodling during lectures because it enables him to process information and stay awake.
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