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Product Information OCALI Transition to Adulthood Guidelines for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders

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The Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence Disabilities (OCALI) offers these 4 publications to assist individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), their families and professionals in preparing for and moving through the transition from being a high school student into adult life. These guides are written in response to the tremendous challenges faced by young adults with ASD, including arranging necessary employment supports and funding them, making connections with adult service providers, and managing the often complex social and behavioral challenges that often come with ASD.

Each of the guides is topically focused and available to download as a PDF file, click on the Web Links tab above if you are interested, here are their titles:
-Age Appropriate Transition Assessment
-Employment
-IEP Transition Components
-School Age Programming

The above is based on an online review completed on 5/16/13, base page:
http://www.ocali.org/project/transition_to_adulthood_guidelines
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