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I feel same as you,my son is almost 20 just geitntg ready to start a paid job, training thing-he still struggles socially,cognitive wise,deveolpmentally.I am going to try to start a support group for young adults with autism, he has got to get out of his mode of being ashamed and see that some people have great jobs,he is so aware of his autism and feels humiliated,susan is going to meet with me,believe it or not there is no support group around here for age 18 and over take care

Margie

I just saw this on Channel 4 last night. It looked great! Did you see the news story? If you did, what did you think about the theater was portrayed?

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