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This article examines that benefits and challenges of a social network service that allows young adults with autism to garner support from their family and friends.
This research article discusses the prevalence of maltreatment for children on the autism spectrum; specific risks; prevention and intervention techniques; and why ASD may increase risk for maltreatment.
This article focuses on a study that observed the transition to employment for people with autism who were 16 to 26 years old and unemployed.
This study used a survey of 106 employment specialists to test the ability of intergroup contact theory to explain social integration outcomes of employees with disabilities.
The purpose of this study was to explore dating and romantic relationships among these adults and to identify the nature and extent of interpersonal violence in their relationships.
Parents discussed how they, the child with the disability, and the siblings addressed community perceptions about the child’s disability.
The early work experiences of a nationally representative sample of youth with severe disabilities (i.e., intellectual disabilities, autism, multiple disabilities) were examined.
Life stories and perspectives of leaders in the self-advocacy movement were explored to enhance knowledge about disability identity formation.