SEDL Monthly
AN E-BULLETIN OF SEDL  //  OCTOBER 2013
Study: Improving Employment Outcomes Among Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder Improving Employment Outcomes Among Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder

As the number of individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has increased, so has the number of transition-age (approximately 14 to 22 years old) people using vocational rehabilitation services to find and keep jobs. A study completed by SEDL’s Vocational Rehabilitation Service Models for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders project examines effectiveness of pre-graduation programs for people with ASD. View study.

 
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KT Update

The October e-newsletter from the Center on Knowledge Translation for Disability and Rehabilitation Research is out! It contains new resources on knowledge translation, including webcasts and online conferences.


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SEDL's work on family and community engagement is referenced in a Glendale News Press article on the importance of back-to-school nights.


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