Webinar: Business Practices and Soft Skills that Lead to Employment Success
Business Practices and Soft Skills that Lead to Employment Success
Learn about business practices that will support neurodivergent individuals in the workplace.
Presented by Alissa Brooke, MS, CRC, and Jennifer McDonough, MS, CRC, PBSF
Neurodivergent individuals face numerous barriers to employment as they transition into the workforce. Teaching social skills in real work settings is key to successful employment, as is educating businesses on how to recruit, support, and make necessary accommodations for their employees. The presenters will share specific examples of supports implemented in the workplace to assist individuals in obtaining and maintaining competitive integrated employment.
About the Presenters
Alissa Brooke, MS, CRC, and Jennifer McDonough, MS, CRC, PBSF, have more than 10 years of experience implementing programs for autistic individuals and researching businesses practices.