The Heartbreak of Autism After High School

Dateline: On the Brink

04/12/15 09:00 PM—Updated 11/03/15 01:33 PM

By Kate Snow
Part 1

Graduation is supposed to be a joyful time for families, but mothers Lenore Kubicsko and Mary Clancy are filled not only with pride, but also terror and dread as their young adult sons with autism prepare to leave school.
Over a three-year period, Dateline chronicles the raw and emotional journeys of two New York-based young adults with autism and their families, as they transition from graduation to adulthood and make a leap towards an uncertain future. NBC News National Correspondent Kate Snow interviews two mothers who devote their lives to caring for their sons and help them find a voice.
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This story originally aired on Dateline NBC.

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