Work-Based Learning Experiences for High School Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

In postsecondary experiences, students are not prepared for the transition into employment, especially for young adults
with ASD. There is an indicated need for work-based learning experiences while in high school. However, the dearth of research prevents the growth of programs and evaluation of its effects for students with ASD.


Regan, T. (November 2015). Work-based learning experiences for high school students with autism spectrum disorder. Oral presentation at Division on Career Development and Transition (DCDT), Portland, OR.