What Parents of Children with Autism Worry About Most (INFOGRAPHIC)
Bancroft, in partnership with Ask Your Target Market, conducted a national online poll of parents with children ages 3-21 on the autism spectrum. Survey questions ranged from concerns regarding access to care, transition into adult services and other challenges parents of a child face over a lifetime.
Of the 200 parents surveyed, more than 60 percent cited independence in adulthood as their top concern, although less than 20 percent of those same respondents have a comprehensive transition plan to support their child.
We know how difficult it can be to navigate the critical stage of transition once a child ages out of the school system and into adult services. Check out additional survey findings and discover how to bridge the gap between education entitlements and adult services for your loved one, below:
Ensuring your child is prepared for adulthood and a greater level of independence is a primary concern. At Bancroft, our robust Transition Program is focused on job, social and life skills development along with an abundance of community interaction. While your child is preparing for his future, our knowledgeable staff guides families in Transition planning to help them make the best decisions for their child’s future.