3/29/2010

Ann X. Huang, a special-education professor at Pittsburgh's Duquesne University, has developed a peer-mentoring program to help students who have autism succeed in the workplace. Huang has received grants from the state Department of Public Welfare and the advocacy group Autism Speaks to fund the initiative, which provides mentors who teach students who have autism how to behave with co-workers, customers and bosses during work shifts.

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