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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Services for Adults

Review a list of Easter Seals affiliates providing services for adults.

Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can live, work, learn and play in their communities when given the proper supports. Easter Seals works with adults with ASD across the lifespan, encouraging them to find meaningful employment and live independent lives after leaving the school system.

Finding a Job

For adults with ASD, finding a job is a critical first step toward self-determination and financial independence. Easter Seals professionals help people with ASD:

Easter Seals also works with businesses to provide resources for employers to support workforce development.

Day Programs for Graduates Who Remain at Home

Easter Seals services for younger adults can offer respite for family members responsible for a relative with ASD who lives at home.

Easter Seals day programs are designed for people with autism whose primary needs are for socialization, recreation and community involvement.  While people with ASD participating in day programs might need some supervision, they need only minimal assistance with activities of daily living (eating, dressing, walking, etc.). Read frequently asked questions about Easter Seals' adult day services.

Moving Away from Home

Adults with ASD have many choices when it comes to living away from home. The primary goal of Easter Seals’ in-home services is to assist you and your loved one as they strive to stay in the community in a living arrangement of their choice:

Making Friends

Adults with ASD can be active participants in all areas of community life including social and recreational activities. Easter Seals programs may include weekends away, evenings out and other opportunities to participate in recreational activities throughout the year. With more than 100 camping, recreation and respite programs, Easter Seals offers thousands of individuals with ASD the chance to develop lasting friendships and learn what they can do, no matter what their age. Participants enjoy adventures and conquer new physical challenges, and some camps also offer sessions exclusively for campers living with ASD.

Outliving the Parents

Easter Seals partners with health and human service organizations as well as public and private insurers to provide life-changing services and support for children and adults living with ASD and other disabilities and special needs and for their families. Learn more about Easter Seals corporate partner Mass Mutual's SpecialCare Program and LifeBridge Free Insurance Plan.

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