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Author Bromberg, Jill N., author.
Title Transitioning students with autism beyond high school : a resource guide for students, parents, and teachers / by Jill N. Bromberg.
Published [Northridge, California] : California State University, Northridge, 2012.
LOCATION CALL # STATUS
 Electronic Book  LB2369 .Z9536 2012 B76eb    ONLINE
  
Description 1 online resource (iv, 52 pages) : illustrations, color.
Content Type text
still image
Format online resource
File Characteristics text file PDF
Thesis M.A. California State University, Northridge 2012.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 19-24).
Summary Transitioning from high-school into college and/or the workforce can be extremely challenging for individuals on the autism spectrum as well as their families and teachers. Although some young adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) do achieve independence after high school, many continue to depend on their families for support. Understanding the unique problems associated with ASD including socialization, communication, independent daily living skills, academic functions, and self-advocacy is critical when determining a transitional support plan. According to the California Department of Developmental Services, the number of individuals diagnosed with ASD is increasing every year. Many of these students will attend postsecondary educational settings or enter the work force. The purpose of this graduate project is to develop a resource guide for transitioning students with ASD from high school to beyond. The target audiences include students with ASD, their parents and their teachers.
Note Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed on June 07, 2012).
Subject Youth with autism spectrum disorders -- Education (Higher)
Youth with autism spectrum disorders -- Employment.
School-to-work transition.
Local Subject Dissertations, Academic -- CSUN -- Education -- Educational Psychology and Counseling -- Development, Learning and Instruction.
OCLC number 850495554