You can find programs with services for teens in our Resource Directory.
Look in these sections: Education & Employment, and Adult Programs & Services.
The Arcs are a good example of what these programs may offer. They have offices throughout the state and each offers slightly different services.
The Arc of Baton Rouge
This Arc provides a range of services to help young adults with autism to transition from high school or other educational programs into their next phase of life. Their services include:
School to Community Transition Program
Help with finding college programs and applying
Training in vocational and pre-employment skills, and help with job placement
Training in independent living skills
Sports and recreation opportunities
Call them at 225-927-0855 or go to http://www.arcbatonrouge.org/
Click the box below to learn more about all the Arcs:
The Arc of Louisiana has 20 chapters in the state.
Contact the main office and ask which one is closest to you. Tell them what kind of help you need.
Website: The Arc of Louisiana Homepage (It will open in a new tab.)
Or click the link at the bottom of the page to download a list of chapters. (It will open in a new tab or appear in the bottom corner of your screen.)