Opinion: Adults with autism still left behind

Some 380,000 children with autism will become adults in the next 15 years, creating a need for far better adult services than currently exist, writes author and autism advocate Linda Davis, whose 22-year-old son has autism. A million or more caregivers will be needed to aid such adults and a better system will be necessary to manage their needs.

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