Diane Adreon

Manager, Research Support
Associate Director of UM-NSU CARD
Director of Transition & Adult Programs

Phone:
(305) 284-6556
Locator Code:
3027

 
About

Dr. Adreon is Director of the Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Transition & Adult Programs at UM-NSU CARD. She has been with UM-NSU CARD since its inception in 1993 and has worked with individuals with autism spectrum disorder & related disabilities for the past 40 years. She received her doctorate in special education from Nova Southeastern University and her master's degree in special education and applied behavior analysis from Teacher's College in New York City.  Dr. Adreon is one of the editors of the Organization for Autism Research's guide to autism level 1 supports and has co-authored three books on autism spectrum disorder: Special considerations for students with autism spectrum disorder: A guide for school administrators (with Myles), Simple strategies that work! Helpful hints to all educators of students with Asperger syndrome, high-functioning autism, and related disabilities (with Myles & Gitlitz), and Asperger syndrome and adolescence: Practical strategies for school success (with Myles). In addition, Dr. Adreon is a consulting editor for Focus on Autism & Other Developmental Disabilities and Intervention in School & Clinic