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Wide variety of vocational opportunities exist without going to university

By: Koscinski, Cara.
Series: Autism Asperger's Digest February 2018 : 12-15. 2018Subject(s): AUTISM | CHILDREN | DAILY LIVING | JOB SKILLS | INDEPENDENCE | EMPLOYMENTSummary: Notes that employment evokes feelings of confidence and independence and while there is a great deal of support and resources for school aged children there is a gaping hole in services after a person with autism gradutes from high school or turns 21 (US). Contends it "is never too early to to think of your child's future work skills". Offers interesting and practical advice towards achieving this end.
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Notes that employment evokes feelings of confidence and independence and while there is a great deal of support and resources for school aged children there is a gaping hole in services after a person with autism gradutes from high school or turns 21 (US). Contends it "is never too early to to think of your child's future work skills". Offers interesting and practical advice towards achieving this end.

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