Research suggests that traditional models of work-related training, in addition to a lack of on-the-job support, may exacerbate difficulties experienced by individuals with autism spectrum disorder with obtaining and maintaining employment
The poor employment outcomes experienced by individuals with ASD are well-documented throughout literature and have resulted in the need to examine more effective ways of providing support and work-related interventions.
Although research has investigated the efficacy of work-related training on successful employment outcomes when used with individuals with ASD, a systematic review summarizing this evidence has yet to be published. Therefore, this review examines and interprets current research evidence on the efficacy of work-related training for individuals.
Recommended CitationAnderson, E.; Hatton, L.; Schlager, K.; Shea, A.; Watlington, K.; Ferraro, M.; and Potvin, M. C., "Efficacy of Work-Related Training for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder" (2020). Student Papers & Posters. Paper 52.