Representations of the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) vary widely with each individual. ASD is aptly named due to this spectrum of variability (Baker, 2006). While there are common characteristics, autism is neurodevelopmental in nature, and each individual student with ASD will present with a unique combination of characteristics and will bring richness to the post secondary environment. Students with ASD will benefit from repetition, redirection, and strategic support. What works for one student may or may not work the same way for others. The National Autistic Society in the UK has developed a short, 4 minute video that you may find helpful in understanding ASD. Amazing Things Happen - by Alexander Amelines.