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Here you'll find our publications on the service needs and outcomes of people on the autism spectrum. We report on a variety of indicators related to transition planning, education, employment and several other topics.

Our holistic approach allows us to look not only at how an individual topic affects the overall quality of life, but how these different aspects of life work together to produce more positive life outcomes.

  • The prevalence and correlates of involvement in the criminal justice system among youth on the autism spectrum
    This scientific poster discusses the 1 in 5 young adults who had ever been stopped and questioned by police.
    Topic: Safety and Risk
    Publication Type: Poster
    Data Source: National Longitudinal Transition Study 2 (NLTS-2)
  • National Autism Indicators Report: Transition into Young Adulthood

    Young adults with autism have a difficult time following high school for almost any outcome you choose - working, continuing school, living independently, socializing and participating in the community, and staying healthy and safe. To complicate matters, many of these youth begin their journey into adulthood by stepping off a services cliff. Access to needed supports and services drops off dramatically after high school - with too many having no help at all.

    Topic: Access to Services, Community and Social Participation, Education, Employment, Health and Mental Health, Living Arrangements, Safety and Risk, Transition to Adulthood
    Publication Type: Indepth Report
    Data Source: National Longitudinal Transition Study 2 (NLTS-2)
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