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DDLS Spring 2020

A Life Course Perspective on Autism and the Transition to
Adulthood: Using Population Level Data to Inform Policy and Practice


April 3, 2020 - Duration 2 hrs

 

Anne Roux, MPH

Research Scientist

A.J. Drexel Autism Institute

Drexel University

Philadelphia, PA

 

There is an urgent need for understanding how life unfolds across the lifespan for people on the autism spectrum. Medical and clinical interventions are vital, but we must also learn about the experiences that help or hinder quality of life for people on the autism spectrum, their families, and our communities. This presentation will apply a life course perspective to frame our understanding of the current science on transition for youth on the autism spectrum, including population-level services research from the National Autism Data Center and findings from transition programs at the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute. Policy and practice interventions will also be shared.

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Additional Resources Handout DDLS 4-3-20 (PDF)


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