Help for autistic adults
Please enter your location to help us display the correct information for your area. It is part of our mission to ensure that all people with ASD and their families have transition plans that result in more independent adult life that is meaningful to the individual, along with effective interventions, services and supports throughout their lifetime. Asperger Syndrome Autism Statistics and Facts. Associated Conditions Sensory Issues. Treatments Access Services Insurance. Autism Response Team.
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Autism After Age 21
Easterseals | Services for Adults with Autism
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Treatment of Adult Autism Spectrum Disorder
The MENTOR Network believes that all adults deserve the chance to live as independently as possible in the communities that they call home. We recognize that each person with autism or other autism spectrum disorders ASD has unique needs and abilities, and our continuum of supports for adults can be customized for individuals with autism. We focus our services on helping each adult become increasingly independent and active in their community.
What happens when someone with autism spectrum disorder ASD leaves school and makes the transition to adult services, college, work, job training, or a new living situation? What does research say about the issues that affect adults with ASD and their families? See the following links for these and other topics.
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