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AUTISM AND YOUNG ADULTHOOD: Early intervention services for children with autism are widely available - but what happens when these young people transition into adulthood and out of school-based therapy? ADVANCE profiles OT-directed therapy programs for young adults with autism who are transferring to independent life.