Program promotes self-sufficiency for young adults with autism

07/14/2010 | Bucks County Courier Times (Levittown, Pa.)

The Coffeehouse Center of Bucks County in Pennsylvania has expanded from a drop-in site for young adults with mild autism to socialize into a formal program to help them build life skills and gain independence. The program has the support of local agencies, which hope to continue its expansion and provide members with assistance in securing employment, housing and education. "These are all the supports a young person needs to transition into adulthood," one official said.

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