A group of parents have created a nonprofit and are planning a $3.2 million project to house and care for adult children with autism. As many as 24 people may eventually live and work at a farm in the Cincinnati area along with trained staff. "We knew she needed a more independent life from us, and we needed it for our mental health as well," said a parent of a woman with autism. The project is one of a handful of U.S. farms for adults with autism.

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