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Will the amount of funding he receives enable him to become self sustaining?
A disabled child is self-sustaining if the funds provided by the government are adequate for his/her needs.
So if the other parent can show that what your son is getting on AISH now cannot cover all his needs and that would include any special expenses but also his clothing and room and board etc then you would likely have to pay some child support.
But this is an exceptional situation because your child is an adult and so the table amount would not necessarily apply.The Court would look at what he is getting and what his needs are and what the other parent has to still spend on him to determine whether you had to pay support and, if so, how much.