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Those with autism have far greater unemployment rates than average. Yet they often make the best employees. Gaining employment is challenging, though. Parents and educators need the right strategies for making sure that children and teens with autism are employable after high school. Preparation for Children Planning for employment for those with autism must start as children and must include the right tools. Job Preparation for Teenagers with Autism Teenagers require specialized jog preparation. Choosing a Career Path for Those with Autism
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Thanks for sharing your

Thanks for sharing your well-written articles. I am a parent raising children on the spectrum and these are questions we think about often. Your articles detail the multiple steps involved in teaching social skills geared for success in a job.