Autastic! Check Out What This Dad Did When His Son No Longer Qualified For Services!
It's a sad fact that in most states in this country, once a child with autism reaches 21 or 22, they are no longer entitled to services. Like they magically stop being autistic on their birthday, or something. It's frustrating, and it's disheartening.
John D'Eri didn't just sit back when his kid aged out of his services - he created a job for him, and for 34 other adults on the spectrum.