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Adam is an independent adult with autism.  He travels all over the country visiting his mom with the income he makes at his job.

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Planning for Their Future, Not Just Hoping

Tuesday, Nov 06, 2018

Almost daily I speak to a parent about their child’s future. Like any parent, they want to know that their child will be taken care of and happy. Every child with autism is unique and so are their needs now and in the future. I wish I had the answers, but I have to ask…

Employing Adults with Autism: You Can Help

Tuesday, Oct 23, 2018

The need for employment opportunities for adults with autism is significant; studies have shown that a majority of them are unemployed or underemployed. For individuals on the spectrum, employment not only fosters financial stability and promotes greater independence but also increases self-esteem and provides opportunities to improve social skills, grow a network of friends and…

Making Halloween Fun for Individuals with Autism

Monday, Oct 15, 2018

October can be full of fun, Halloween-themed events, culminating in trick-or-treating. While this tradition may seem enjoyable and simple for most families, it can present a number of potential obstacles for families with a child diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). New social rules and novel situations (strangers, new sights and sounds, and itchy costumes)…