Researchers explore what works in job training for individuals with autism

Researchers at the Virginia Commonwealth University found during a recent study that 87% of high-school students with autism who spent a year in an intensive job-training program that included internship rotations at local hospitals found jobs above minimum wage after graduation. The key to success, researchers said, was matching the student to the job that highlighted his or her strengths.

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