Greater need for Residential Communities for adults with Autism – Autism Daily Newscast

Statistics can be unsettling, but also a way to mobilize. According to Montana ASA, at least 80% of autistic adults between the ages of 18 and 30 live with their parents. The unemployment rate of autistic adults is 81%. In the next ten years, around 500,000 children with autism will become adults. Thousands have been …

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Yep, this is what I worry about with our son.  What will he do once we are gone.  Our idea of having him learn about farming apparently isn’t a new one.  Glad to see it has worked for other kids like our son.  And if it works for B, I would like to see us reaching out to others and offer them a chance to learn about farming.

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