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Keystone Autism Services Success Stories

Bobby's Story
The Adult Community Autism Program (ACAP) has helped me in a lot of ways. I've learned to cook my own meals and drive a car.
Fred's Story
Since he started participating in the Adult Community Autism Program, Fred has developed a life of his own, separate from his parents'. Not only has he developed a stronger sense of self, but he feels empowered.
George's Story
I began participating in the Adult Community Autism Program (ACAP) in 2010, and since then I have learned and achieved a lot. I enjoy the services I receive through ACAP.
Hillary's Story
In 2009, Hillary was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome and joined the Adult Community Autism Program in 2010. Since then, Hillary's life has changed for the better. She has worked on her social skills with support staff, and not only can she carry on a conversation, but she now has friends to converse with.
Michael's Story
The Adult Community Autism Program (ACAP) has positively impacted me. They've helped me get a good job and meet new people, and I've become more comfortable with public speaking. I have also learned to cook and make new foods.
Trey's Story
The Adult Community Autism Program (ACAP) has been a source of guidance, assistance, and support for Trey and his father. Through ACAP, Trey has a team whose purpose is to collaborate to support him to improve his quality of life and achieve independence.
Zak's Story
With the support of the Adult Community Autism Program (ACAP), Zak has found employment as a bagger at Giant. He also goes out into the community more frequently, where he volunteers 2-3 times per week, depending on his work schedule.
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