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As children with autism grow to become teenagers, parents face some very common questions. Will they be able to get a job? Will they be able to get into college? How can I best help them prepare to get there? The answers depend on where a child falls on the autism spectrum, but with the right training and planning tailored to their capabilities, teens can find their path to a great job — and in many cases go on to college.
This salsa is as colorful as it is delicious. It comes packed with fiber and protein, and is low in calories.
This pasta is high in fiber and low in fat. You can follow our recipe, or experiment in the kitchen with vegetables you already have on hand.
Make spaghetti night fun with this recipe. This spaghetti squash goes perfect with chicken and a salad for the perfect dinner.
As summer comes to a close, get the most of corn before autumn rolls in. Try this refreshing corn salad complete with red peppers and shallots.
Need something quick for your child’s lunch tomorrow? This pizza wrap is a balanced meal that goes great with some veggies and ranch!