Every college student’s journey is different. For 35-year-old Charles Vaughn, the path to getting a degree is 14 years in the making. When Vaughn was 5 years old he was diagnosed with autism. He started out at community college, working and going to school part-time. Monday, the 35-year-old Wallingford man received a degree in general studies from Southern Connecticut...
Police departments across Connecticut are working to make people aware of blue envelopes now available for drivers living with autism spectrum disorder. The goal of the colored envelope is to bridge a communication gap between officers and people living with disabilities. Lawmakers passed a public act, which became effective January 1, 2020, that requires the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles to…
Police across the state are using a blue envelope to help improve their interactions with drivers with autism.