Youth with autism and other disabilities begin their transition from school to the adult world from the age of 14-21 and often beyond.  HCAS is here to help guide you during this part of your journey with important resources, webinars, experts, and other families who can share their experiences with you. Contact our office at 410-290-3466 or email info@howard-autism.org

Below are some helpful resources you may wish to explore:

DDA (Developmental Disabilities Administration) – Services for Transitioning Youth

DORS (Div. of Rehabilitation Services) – Services for High School Students

Howard Community College – Disability Support Services

Maryland ABLE Accounts

Maryland Learning Links – Transition Resources

MSDE Secondary Transition Planning Guide

National Technical Assistance Center on Transition

Parents Place of MD – Transition Resources

Project Access – Howard Community College

Project Search Howard County

Transition Services – Howard County Public School System

Wrightslaw

Autistic adults have new challenges and opportunities to explore.  Whether you are an adult with a previous diagnosis or one someone seeking a diagnosis as an adult, HCAS is here to support you with important resources, webinars, experts, and other autistic adults who can share their experiences with you. Contact our office at 410-290-3466 or email info@howard-autism.org

Below are some helpful resources you may wish to explore:

Accessible Resources for Independence

Asperger/Autism Network

Autism Hiring Program / HCAS

Autism Society of America – Adult Resources

Autistic Self Advocacy Network

CCBC Single Step Program

Centers for Independent Living 

CORE Foundations at Kennedy Krieger

CORE Program – Howard Community College

Employment Resources  – Autism Society of America

HCAS Adult Social Group – Meets every Saturday @ 5:30pm.  Email ekmyers@gmail.com  

Hussman Center for Adults with Autism 

Resources for LGBTQ & Autism

Self-Advocacy

Social Security Resources for Persons with Disabilities

Self-Directed Services Guide (DDA)