How Florida is helping young adults with autism to a professional future
In Florida, people with autism can attend public schools until they are 22. After that, most of them find themselves unemployed, and stay at home. In the state, some 50 000 families are affected by this problem. But in the past five years, an increasing number of programs have been created to help these young adults find a job.
A program prepared by Yong Chim and Florence Viala
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