My interest in autism goes back a long way, when I discovered an article about glial cells! I was then licensed and decided that day to devote my career to the study of autism spectrum disorders. Why? Because this research had fascinated me and since my first readings on autism, it has never decreased. Following this, I discovered the concrete environment of autism and I invested a lot in the associations of parents, In France and in Quebec, attended a lot of trainings and congresses, and especially met some extraordinary families and people! This doctoral thesis, for which I have fully and exclusively chosen the subject, is above all the result of what I have been able to read and observe during my studies and exchanges that I have had with young people And their families. I want to understand what makes it possible for some adolescents with ASD, in grade 4 or 3, to experience a so-called successful school inclusion. If you can understand those factors, then I think we can allow others who come into college to live better, in turn, their education and to flourish. Having spent two years in Quebec
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