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Transitioning to Adulthood

SARRC is here to help navigate your next steps

SARRC understands that the transition into adulthood can be overwhelming and offers services to meet the needs of teens and adults with autism and their families. SARRC's goal is to ensure that people with autism are meaningfully integrated into their community with the opportunity to work and live more independently.

Transition and Needs

Estimates suggest that 50,000 teens with ASD transition into adulthood each year. SARRC's Teen and Adult Services provides support as you plan for transitions into employment, and new community and social experiences. We are here to ensure that effective services and interventions are available to all.

SARRC's Teen and Adult Services

SARRC's clinical model utilizes applied behavior analysis (ABA) with a particular focus on naturalistic interventions in inclusive environments, including but not limited to the home, school, on the job or in the community. Each of SARRC's programs are grounded by evidence-based practices to increase self-sufficiency ultimately working to produce meaningful outcomes for our clients and their families.

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Below is a list of services for those age 14 and older with a diagnosis of ASD:

Employment Services Individualized Services CommunityWorks Transition Academy PEERS Program Diagnostic Services