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This post is by Leigh Belcher, MS LPC, Director of Clinical Services at Triumph Services, Inc., Holly Brigman, M.Ed., CRC, NIC, Coordinator of Program Research and Evaluation at Auburn University's Center for Disability Research and Service, and Brooke Stephens, Executive Director of Triumph Services, Inc.

My name is Melissa with Asbury Automotive Group, and I wanted to update you on our progress with Asbury’s new café concept, Café Blends: Blending Autism Into the Workplace®. In this blog post, I will be speaking from a business perspective of employing individuals with autism, as part of the Autism Speaks series for National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM).

As part of our National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) series, the theme for this week is “Collaborative Public & Private Partnerships for Employment.” This blog details the successful partnership of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center in Washington, D.C. with two local service providers, SEEC and The Ivymount School & Programs.

This blog post is by Penelope Anderson, Administrative Assistant. Penelope has worked with non-profit organizations for over 20 years and joined Pure Vision Arts in 2009. A couture and children’s clothing designer, she has volunteered with NGOs in India giving textile workshops to women and as a business consultant. As well as providing administrative assistance for the studio, Penelope works with PVA artists on the design and production of boutique items featuring their art.