Characteristics of Two-Year College Students on the Autism Spectrum and Their Support Services Experiences

  title={Characteristics of Two-Year College Students on the Autism Spectrum and Their Support Services Experiences},
  author={Anne M. Roux and Paul T. Shattuck and Jessica E. Rast and Julianna Rava and Amy D. Edwards and Xin Wei and Mary McCracken and Jennifer W. Yu},
  booktitle={Autism research and treatment},
Approximately 80% of college-going youth with autism in the US attend a 2-year college at some point. These community-based, universally accessible institutions offer both academic and vocational courses and have experience in teaching diverse learners. This study used nationally representative survey data from the National Longitudinal Transition Study-2 to describe the characteristics and services experiences of adults with autism who attended postsecondary education after high school… CONTINUE READING
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