Program helps adults with autism find fulfillment

04/23/2009 | NY1 (New York City)

Job Path, a New York nonprofit, helps teens and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities prepare to work and live independently. "The idea is really, really simple," says Executive Director Fredda Rosen. "The idea is that young people with autism want what all young people want. They want a fulfilling life. They want to find work they love. They want to have relationships. They want to further their education."

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