The University of Missouri has published Adult Autism & Employment: A Guide for Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals. According to their website, the document is a practical synthesis of existing literature and innovative promising practices. It includes previously unpublished insights and suggestions from a national expert on autism & employment.
To develop this resource, author Scott Standifer consulted closely with James Emmett, one of the few experts with real world experience about employment supports specifically for adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). It is a valuable tool for vocational rehabilitation professionals, employment service providers, and anyone interested in supporting the employment of adults with ASD.
The report includes:
– In-depth descriptions of the wide range of variability among people with ASD
– Accommodations & techniques to use during vocational rehabilitation services
– Traditional vocational rehabilitation techniques which should be avoided
– Possible career issues associated with ASD
– Possible workplace accommodations useful for people with ASD
Check it out here.
Thanks to Tim Kral at ORA for the tip.