This is it folks, the last entry onto the Cornerstone Reflections mini-series. Since Jan 2013 we've followed five Purdue students granted internships at Cornerstone Autism Center. Follow this final recap of their awesome journey.
Welcome to the final stretch of Cornerstone Autism Center's mini-series, Cornerstone Reflections!As we near the end of this exciting journey, we sit down one more time with Thomas Brown. Stay tuned next week for the conclusion of the Cornerstone Reflections.
The newest edition of Cornerstone Reflections focuses on Purdue intern Whitney Trusty, her experiences with the review processes at the autism center, the joy she feels her role plays in the children’s lives, and how passion is all around at Cornerstone.
Megan Sanders returns for her third segment of Cornerstone Reflections. In this discussion we learn some of the review processes Cornerstone Autism Center employs helping improve their ABA therapists, and what rewards hard work and positive attitudes can give some people.
Cornerstone Autism Center intern Tyler Gross stops by to share how amazing the children he works with are, technology at an autism center, and PCM training.