Employment Prospects Dim for Young Adults With Autism

Study found fewer worked after high school, compared to others with disabilities

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His own 19-year-old son isn't attending college, but he does work at several jobs in their town, where he is a well-known and accepted part of the community, Bell added.

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Autism Speaks has a toolkit to help teens with autism and their families make the transition out of high school.

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