Schools help students with autism build social, job skills

06/14/2010 | National Public Radio

More schools are creating programs to help students with autism and other special needs gain job experience and the social skills needed in the workplace. As part of such a program, Kevin Sargeant, who has autism, has worked to improve his social interactions while turning an affinity for computers into a marketable skill through an internship with a local company.

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