Andrew Arboe

Andrew Arboe is a self-advocate working in various settings within the autism community. He focuses on transitioning to adulthood for teens on the spectrum and has experience with job coaching, outreach and employment. Andrew has given presentations about autism and driving, which focus on his personal experiences and various strategies. In 2021, he started an online program titled Driving with Autism, which ran for a year. He has also worked with Autism Families Connecticut, Autism Services and Resource Connecticut, Planning Across the Spectrum, The Next Street, and Plainville Community Schools.

Andrew graduated from Manchester Community College with an associate degree as a Disability Specialist. Currently, he attends Charter Oak State College, where he is working towards a bachelor’s degree in psychology and hopes to become certified in autism and driver rehab.

Andrew Arboe

Andrew Arboe is a self-advocate working in various settings within the autism community. He focuses on transitioning to adulthood for teens on the spectrum and has experience with job coaching, outreach and employment. Andrew has given presentations about autism and driving, which focus on his personal experiences and various strategies. In 2021, he started an online program titled Driving with Autism, which ran for a year. He has also worked with Autism Families Connecticut, Autism Services and Resource Connecticut, Planning Across the Spectrum, The Next Street, and Plainville Community Schools.

Andrew graduated from Manchester Community College with an associate degree as a Disability Specialist. Currently, he attends Charter Oak State College, where he is working towards a bachelor’s degree in psychology and hopes to become certified in autism and driver rehab.

Andrew Arboe

Andrew Arboe is a self-advocate working in various settings within the autism community. He focuses on transitioning to adulthood for teens on the spectrum and has experience with job coaching, outreach and employment. Andrew has given presentations about autism and driving, which focus on his personal experiences and various strategies. In 2021, he started an online program titled Driving with Autism, which ran for a year. He has also worked with Autism Families Connecticut, Autism Services and Resource Connecticut, Planning Across the Spectrum, The Next Street, and Plainville Community Schools.

Andrew graduated from Manchester Community College with an associate degree as a Disability Specialist. Currently, he attends Charter Oak State College, where he is working towards a bachelor’s degree in psychology and hopes to become certified in autism and driver rehab.