Autism and Employment
This issue of NASET’s Autism Spectrum Disorderseries was written by Morgan Bosch of Barton College. It describes the problem of employment for individuals with autism and explores selected instructional and behavioral supports that can reduce the number of individuals with autism who are unemployed. With the rising number of individuals diagnosed with autism, the abysmal rate of unemployment, and the increasing amount of these individuals reaching the age to enter the job market, educators and employers must recognize their role in preparing and connecting individuals with autism to their communities and employment opportunities.
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