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Chicago Innovators: Creating services and programming for young adults with autism

Students at UAS West Side Transition Academy

Urban Autism Solutions

Chicago Innovators: Creating services and programming for young adults with autism

Services for young adults with autism have often lagged behind the amount of programs available for children. For Autism Acceptance Month, Reset checks in with two organizations in the Chicagoland area that are trying to close that gap.

GUESTS: Heather Tarczan, executive director of Urban Autism Solutions

Tony Russo, founder of LifeSpeed: Behavioral Support Services

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