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Feeling Stuck? Ideas for the High School Years

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If you have a High School student on the autism spectrum, you may have been involved in helping to coordinate your child's care for well over 10 years, depending on when your child was diagnosed. For many parents, however, High School brings on a sense of urgency. Even though your child can remain in High School until age 21, there is much to be accomplished during these precious last years when your child is eligible for services through the special education system. Make the most of this time so that you and your child will be prepared for the years that lie ahead when your child is an adult.

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