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Independence is a natural desire for all teenagers but it is important for you to understand there are many safety concerns in the community. As a teenager with an Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD), it is important for you to think ahead of all the risks. Developing a safety plan and reviewing it periodically is important. As a young teenager and moving forward to becoming a young adult, you may want to be involved in and explore the community environment more independently. As a teenager with ASD you may be at a different intellectual and developmental stage to that of your peers…

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