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Transition Age

Individuals with Autism and their caregivers face many changes during the teen years.  Social relationships, puberty, body awareness, and increased independence are just a few of the issues to address.  Caregivers will also face decisions during transition planning that will lay the programmatic groundwork for a teen with autism and set expectations for education and employment.

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Peer to Peer

Programming for positive outcomes through peers

Puberty/Body Awareness

Feelings, exploration, and body changes

Behavior

Challenges associated with independence

Insurance

Examining limitations and maintaining consultation

School Transition

Preparing for High School and decision for the future

Therapy

Goals for the future and self-fulfillment

Medical

Addressing medical and physical teen issues

School-Diploma/Certificate

A *must read* for parents and teens

Setting Expectations

Raising the bar of expectations and supports

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