Things to Look for in a Service Provider for a Family Member with Autism

If your child is coming out of a good educational program, many of these features are things you are so used to that you might assume an adult provider with a good reputation has at least some experience with them. That is not necessarily the case, as the large wave of children with autism is just starting to reach adulthood, and many providers are new to the degree of challenges posed. This list is offered as a starting point, and is not intended to be comprehensive. Rather, it is designed to start a conversation with potential providers, and to prevent unpleasant surprises down the road.

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