Thursday, March 6, 2014

Life after high school offered as a new program for Autism students

The UNC’S Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute with six partner universities have created an innovative program which prepares the Autism students for hope after their high school. It is said by FPG director Samuel L.Odom that,” Public high schools may be one of the last best hope for adolescents with autism- and for their families.” As per to the teachers, Odom and other experts in the institutions work hard in order to gain best results that are beneficial to students who are suffering with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Although, there is a positive result which remains indefinable and gives the shortage of certain programs which designed to act like a help to the adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders. In order to fill this space, Odom along with the other experts and scientists created the centre on Secondary education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Mainly, CSESA concentrates on understanding the feelings, emotions, social problem solving and developing friendships.

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