Read the Atlantic's outstanding feature on the misguided efforts to limit housing and living options for the rapidly growing population of adults with autism. "Who Decides Where Autistic Adults Live? For many intellectually disabled people, large campuses or farmsteads may be better options than small group homes. But new state laws could make it hard for big facilities to survive," written by Amy S.F. Lutz. http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2015/05/who-decides-where-autistic-adults-live/393455/
Autism Society San Francisco Bay Area (SFASA) is dedicated to expanding the limited lifespan care options for the dramatically increasing numbers of adults with autism.