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Video: Choosing high schools for teenagers with autism spectrum disorder

9-11 years

If you’re choosing a high school for your teenage child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), it’s good to know what options are available and what you want your child to get out of high school.

In this short video, experts explain high school options and parents talk about how they chose high schools for their children with ASD. They suggest some questions you could ask when you’re visiting schools.

Services and school support options vary around Australia, so contacting your state or territory education department is a good starting point.

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Last updated or reviewed
26-05-2017

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