Exciting News- Howard County housing plan to integrate those with autism http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/howard/columbia/ph-ho-cf-autism-society-housing-1012-story.html
Wall Street journal news article. How a mom improved her job because of her autistic son. file:///H:/Downloads/DOC_20180220124655%20(2).PDFfile:///H:/Downloads/DOC_20180220124655%20(2).PDFfile:///H:/Downloads/DOC_20180220124655%20(2).PDF
New jobs portal from Autism Speaks and Rangam Consultants Inc. designed to promote inclusive employment of the autism community by connecting employers, service providers and employees on the spectrum.
You’ve probably heard of schools like the University of Michigan, NYU, and UCLA. They are some of the largest in the country in terms of enrollment. However, individuals with special needs may require additional assistance in and/or out of the classroom, which these schools cannot always provide due to the sheer size of the student body. Here are ten schools that provide programs for students with ASD that may fly under the radar for parents.
Great informative newsletter on the latest findings on ASD and beyond found at George Washington University
Art by 15-year-old with autism inspired a new Loudoun-based business. Great article. To read more click here
When you want to work and finally someone gives you a chance. This story reflects on a mothers frustration and joy of her son finding meaningful employment. Read more
More findings on the many layers of autism. Read more
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Autonomy of Chicago
Nationwide. Employment needs will vary
Located in Michigan and surrounding areas
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10 Companies who take pride in hiring those on the Autism Spectrum
Not local, however, great place to start
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