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|Other Titles:||Exploiting Social Capital: Talent Development and Support System for Adolescents with Mild Autism Spectrum Disorders|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
It is not always easy to help each student achieve at their highest potential and perform outstanding at work after graduation. Among the gifted and talented population, those disadvantaged individuals are hindered in their talent development because of lacking social support; consequently, greater emphasis to their physical and mental development are often given from educators. Nevertheless, those students neither in school nor working face big challenges when learning and selecting a career because of insufficient school-based consultation service and resources. They need more attention and support from social institution, university, and family; the more they get it, the higher potential they will realize. This paper reports a research finding from a support system project for adolescents with mild Autism Spectrum Disorders(ASD) since 2012 designed for assisting them decrease maladjustment and parent-child conflict.
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