Highlighting Our College Mentors Program!

The HDS College Mentors Program strives to identify the peripheral needs of students living with Autism Spectrum Disorder or related disabilities, who are seeking a College Degree and are living at a University or College Campus. The Program focuses on the guidance...

Mentorship Month

In honor of National Mentoring Month, HDS Foundation would like to shine a light and highlight Dr. Tara Rowe, Co-founder of the University of North Florida’s Transition to Healthiness, Resourcefulness, Independence, Vocation, and Education (THRIVE) Program. Dr. Rowe...
Getting Where You Need to Go!

Getting Where You Need to Go!

Transportation is an important aspect for postsecondary transitions for teens and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  When they have the freedom to get to and from work, school, social activities, and medical appointments, their ability for independence...