For the Community

Workplace Inclusion NowTM (WIN) provides supplemental training to those supporting autistic job seekers in their employment journey. 

Stakeholders including job coaches, vocational rehabilitation counselors, community service providers, educational institutions and caregivers can help promote inclusive hiring by enrolling in WIN

A key component is online training courses, including several designed in collaboration with Virginia Commonwealth University Autism Center for Education, a national leader in developing knowledge and research-based practices to support individuals with autism spectrum disorder so they can lead quality lives, including at work. Each course is designed to raise awareness around differences in thinking and communication styles and to provide strategies and support to building inclusive workplaces.

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