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Are you living away from home for the first time, graduating from school or perhaps getting a new job? These transitions can be especially overwhelming to deal with as a young autistic adult. This survival guide is bursting with neurodivergent-friendly advice from autistic people themselves (and a few neurotypicals too) for young adults embarking on their own journeys of self-discovery and independence. From guidance on organising your own money, looking after your home and organising your social life to tips on self-advocacy and important life skills such as driving, voting and volunteering, Haley Moss has you covered.

Using personal stories, interviews with experts and tips from other young people, this book gives you tips and tools to boost your confidence, ready to make your mark on the world!

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This Handbook is the essential roadmap that every young autistic adult needs to navigate their journey into adulthood. Jam-packed with practical advice and information, it covers everything you need to know, but were never taught. Whether opening a bank account, doing your own laundry for the first time, or navigating the social nuances of having a roommate, this Handbook is sure to become an indispensable resource that will come to your rescue as you gain your independence and venture out into the world.
Siena Castellon, author of The Spectrum Girl’s Survival Guide: How to Grow Up Awesome and Autistic.