Finding Out How Autistic Adults Get Where They Need to Go

September 15, 2015

A survey at the start of the study found that many adults on the autism spectrum and their families know about transportation options but most don’t use them. Like Katie, a majority of autistic adults (68 percent) get rides from parents and family members to get where they need to go, while 28 percent walk, according to the survey, a collaboration with the Rutgers Bloustein School’s Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center.

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