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ADA Live! Episode 112: A Successful Path to Employment: Innovative Supports for Autistic Workers (ISAW) Project
In This Episode:
Some autistic adults have difficulties in finding employment opportunities that match their interests, gifts, and talents. Many autistic adults are unemployed or underemployed.
Autistic adults and youth may also face barriers to finding the right training, work, or educational programs, accessing healthcare, and enjoying a fully inclusive life in their communities.
Please join us for this informative discussion on resources and supports available for autistics looking for employment and employers looking to hire these valuable employees.
Our guest for this episode is Bev Harp, an autistic and the Principal Investigator of the Innovative Supports for Autistic Workers (ISAW) Project at the University of Kentucky Human Development Institute, and Bev’s assistant, Squawkers McCaw.
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