APRIL IS AUTISM AWARENESS AND ACCEPTANCE MONTH Mo, a Yes She Can trainee, created this video to share how they and other trainees use strategies at work to help them be successful.
Join our Yes She Can cycling team on September 24, 2022, and Bike to the Beach We will be riding again with Bike to the Beach, a non-profit organization that helps to raise funds for programs that address the needs of people with autism. The New York ride is from Manhattan to West Hampton, Long […]
So many young women with autism have very low self-esteem. But it’s not surprising. Throughout their school years, they were told they can’t. They can’t pass the test. They can’t join Girl Scouts. They can’t control their behavior. They can’t be included. They can’t get a job. Self-esteem is the feeling of having respect for […]
Every October we celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month. The theme for this year is to reflect on the importance of ensuring that people with disabilities have full access to employment opportunities and community involvement during the recovery process from the COVID-19 pandemic. The NDEAM is held each October to commemorate the many and varied […]
I vaguely remember the time when I used to play with my dolls and how special this was for me. When I became a mother of two boys, those memories became even more distant, until now when I started working at Yes She Can. I have realized that all the people who approach us to […]