Turning Workers With Autism Into Indispensable Specialists

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7-26-2011 2-33-26 PM.pngDavid Bornstein at the New York Times focuses on a Danish company, Specialisterne, that offers job opportunities to workers with autism as consultants, in this article.  As Mr. Bornstein puts it:  "(W)hile many business people worry about the costs of accommodating employees with disabilities, few consider the potential contributions of people who are not "normal" or "neurotypical," as they say in the autism community."  See how Specialisterne approached this situation by clicking here

(Almost forgot:  Today's the 21st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) becoming law.  Read this to see why it's still important!)

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