More children than ever are being diagnosed with Autism spectrum disorder, more than any other developmental disability, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
As people living with ASD transition out of high school and into the workforce or college, they and their families are faced with the struggle of finding resources available to make that transition as smooth and prosperous as possible.
ABC News 4’s Megan Rivers recently spoke with one Lowcountry teen who has autism, as he prepares for his own future. Rivers also spoke with the South Carolina Autism Society, the only non-profit in the state focused solely on helping those with autism maximize their quality of life.
See the full story Monday, April 30, at 6 p.m. on ABC News 4