Nearly 80% of adults with autism are unemployed.
We can’t let this continue.
Given limited conventional job options and unsuccessful experiences for their adult children with autism, many parents and social service agencies have chosen to take matters into their own hands in the past few years. Often referred to as “autism employment entrepreneurs” parents, many of whom have their own successful careers, are creating employment opportunities by starting businesses that use the interests and skills of their autistic offspring.
Marjorie’s review of conference sponsored by Extraordinary Ventures, January 2014
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