Michael McManmon, Ed.D., College Internship Programs, Lee, Massachusetts
Michael McManmon, Ed.D. founded the College Internship Programs in 1984. He received a Masters in Human Development from the University of Kansas (through a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health), and a Doctorate in Special Education from the University of Nevada.
During his 39 years of experience with students with Learning Differences and Asperger’s Syndrome, Dr. McManmon has worked on Curriculum Development, Staff Training, Program Evaluation, and Administering Community Based Programming. He speaks and presents at professional conferences nationally and internationally.
He has a unique perspective as he himself was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome and grew up in a large family with several individuals on the spectrum.
Dr. McManmon is a blog author for Psychology Today and his book, "Made for Good Purpose"has been published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers. He is on the board ofASTEP, US Autism & Asperger's Association, and a member of ASA, AANE,NACAC and LDA.