At the age of 22, people Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASDs), classified as Autism and Asperger Syndrome, age out of the public school system with no real working knowledge of how to provide for themselves, both in jobs and basic life skills. They have to learn how to complete basic life skills as any ordinary person would, however, they are not ordinary and to give them the best chance at being successful, additional training would put them at a greater chance to be self sufficient.
Noble, Kerri, "Training for the Future: for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)" (2019). Architecture Theses. 134.