ADHD Student Resources

As a massive relief for adult students with ADHD, recent developments in education policies in United States would make it much easier for such individuals to enrol admissions into colleges and build a successful career. Scholarships, grants and other options are now available for those diagnosed with ADHD. Though ADD and ADHD are often deemed as learning disabilities, these … Read more

Microsoft To Provide Jobs For Autistic People

Software giant Microsoft is getting ready to hire people with autism as its full-time employees. The company spokesperson announced the first step would be to launch a pilot program that would include 10 individuals diagnosed on the autism spectrum. The program will begin on May at the headquarter of Microsoft, Redmond, Washington. Microsoft believes in … Read more

New Job Training Program For Adults With Autism

The Bureau of Rehabilitation Services and Department of Developmental Services have proposed a pilot program for job training and employment opportunities for young adults on the autism spectrum. In this program, 100 such individuals will receive job training at Hartford and New Haven, in Connecticut. This proposal has been formulated in a bill and is currently … Read more

The Carwash Business With 80+ Autistic Employees

In today’s world, Autism and its social effects are hardly unknown. The number of children who fall under the Autism Spectrum Disorder along with Asperger’s, Dyslexia and Tourette Syndrome has seen a rise over the years. However, the good news is that with each day, more and more organisations are actively trying to integrate people … Read more

The New Age Of Autism Friendly Business Owners

A recent campaign started by an Iowa-based organization saw quite a few business owners registering their companies to be autism-friendly. This happened just days after we reported on how employing Autistic adults turned out to be a sweet deal for Bakery owner. After the news of the Evanston Bakery that facilitated the training and hiring … Read more

Hiring People With Autism The Smart Thing To Do

Hiring people with Autism turned out to be “a smart thing to do” for a bakery owner, Jean Kroll. The Evanston, Chicago based bakery owner hired three individuals with Autism after their unpaid internship to a 20 hour a week job, paying $8.25 an hour. While Kroll, at first was unsure about hiring individuals with disabilities, … Read more