This Autism at-a-Glance was designed to support parents and other family members in supporting adolescents on the autism spectrum as they learn to drive and eventually take a driver’s test for their license.
Download: Getting a Driver License.pdf
This Autism at-a-Glance was designed to support high school staff, family members, and individuals on the autism spectrum in understanding and supporting success and safety in dating relationships.
An article highlighting an employment option for adolescents on the autism spectrum and featuring CSESA Co-Principal Investigator, Kara Hume
This Autism at-a-Glance was designed to support high school staff and family members in promoting independence in daily living skills for adolescents and young adults on the autism spectrum.
Download: Supporting Daily Living Skills.pdf
Teens talking to Teens is a series created by the Center on Secondary Education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The content and suggested resources were generated by young adults on the autism spectrum and reflects their issues and concerns.
A brief summary of an article about roles, needs, and supports for families of high school students on the autism spectrum
This handout provides an overview of guardianship and various alternatives and how individuals with ASD and their family members can begin to navigate this process.
Download: Tips for Guardianship + Alternatives.pdf
This handout provides a brief description of Vocational Rehabilitation services available in North Carolina along with contact information and eligibility information.
The "go-to" place with information on transitions for educators. Find lesson plans, and resources for students and families as well.
Articles and Conference Presentations
A poster presentation at the Waisman Center 40th Anniversary Scientific Symposium in Madison, WI.