Young people with autism 'need legal right to educational support'

Janaki Mahadevan
Friday, October 14, 2011

Young disabled people must be given the legal right to educational support up to the age of 25 if they are to achieve independence later in life, a charity has warned.

Young people said they wanted to be supported to learn social and communication skills. Image: Ambitious about Autism
Young people said they wanted to be supported to learn social and communication skills. Image: Ambitious about Autism

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