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February 04, 2010

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Stuart D.

Charlie - are there any statistics beyond the presentation you sourced the HFA stats from that back this 92% unemployment claim up? If I read Bloomfield's point correctly, it's an argument for accepting a lower functioning rate for ASD children, if employment is a goal (only 75% vs. 92%). Explains a lot about traditional SE approaches - educate to the level of most likely employment to minimize unemployment, which means routine, rote jobs that require little independent functioning.

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