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Youth with autism gain, keep jobs after employer-based skills program… paid between 953 and 1066 hour year after graduation 87 percent the participants still had their jobs meanwhile control group young people with autism who did not take part the job skills program saw only 6 percent employed three months after … level after high school greater than 75 percent receive combination nine months immersion business setting internship plus supports such applied behavior analysis that their chances for becoming competitively employed are much better than those … longer extremely encouraging the study effects employerbased intervention employment outcomes for youth with significant support needs due autism was published the april 1 edition the journal autism wehman professor the department physical …
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Youth with autism gain, keep jobs after employer-based skills program… paid between 953 and 1066 hour year after graduation 87 percent the participants still had their jobs meanwhile control group young people with autism who did not take part the job skills program saw only 6 percent employed three months after … level after high school greater than 75 percent receive combination nine months immersion business setting internship plus supports such applied behavior analysis that their chances for becoming competitively employed are much better than those … longer extremely encouraging the study effects employerbased intervention employment outcomes for youth with significant support needs due autism was published the april 1 edition the journal autism wehman professor the department physical …
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