Programs and Services for Children, Teens, and Transition-Age Individuals
If you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism. Often, quests to find what works for our one child, teen, or young adult with autism seems as daunting as the autism-related Google results page. Formulas for more “good days” can be found in a combination of therapy, social skills classes, training, and the commitment of a caring community. The good news is, you’ve come to the place to help you to rally all of these resources – and in the process, we will rally around you. We are here to help.
Adolescence presents many exciting (and sometimes scary!) milestones and challenges for individuals with autism. In the process of developing skills needed for independence and joining the workforce, an adolescent’s need for more specialized social skills becomes more acute, and the focus on sexuality and relationship awareness shifts dramatically. And, during this time of transition, safety concerns change significantly. This period is a crossroads for every individual, and often a time of uncertainty about what comes next. AuSM has programs and resources that have been developed by experts and parents who have successfully navigated this time of transition. We are here to help: You are AuSM and you are not alone.
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