Every year more children and young adults are diagnosed with autism. This population is growing rapidly. As they age into adulthood, these young people will seek to enter college and the workplace, with the aim of finding careers.
Many employers believe that autistic employees can only do menial tasks. On the other hand, one Aspergian developed a capital company that sold short in the economic crisis of 2008 and made hundreds of millions of dollars. Obviously, the skills of the individual should never be underestimated.
Our workshop will explore the employment opportunities possible throughout the spectrum and create guidance for employers and employees.