Dr. Stephen Shore

Stephen Shore

Stephen Shore, Ed.D., is an assistant professor at the Ammon School of Education at Adelphi University teaching courses in special education and autism. He focuses his research and teaching on matching best practices to the needs of people with autism.  In addition to working with and talking about life on the autism spectrum, Dr. Shore presents and consults internationally on educational and social inclusion as well as on adult issues pertaining to relationships, employment, advocacy, and disclosure as discussed in his numerous books, articles, and DVDs. Nonverbal and diagnosed at age two and a half with “Atypical Development and strong autistic tendencies,” recommendations for institutionalization were rejected in favor of parent-based intensive early intervention and support. Dr. Stephen Shore serves on the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC), on the Board of Directors for Autism Society of America (ASA), as past President of The Asperger’s Association of New England (AANE), and advisory board member of Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association (AHA), and other autism related organizations.

Stephen Shore lost language skills before the age of four, then started getting them back at four years old. He supported taking mercury out of vaccines. He has been described as having a special interest in music. He has discussed difficulties with completing assignments presented in formats that he wasn’t used to, leading him to drop out of a doctorate in music program. However, he eventually obtained a doctorate in Special Education. His book, Ask and Tell, describes ways that autistic people can advocate for their needs

Radio Shows featuring Dr. Stephen Shore

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Norfolk’s Underground Railroad, Student Travel and Decoding Autism

Located in the heart of the mid-Atlantic the City of Norfolk is an important 400-year-old port city and home to the largest naval base in the world.  

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