Finding Employment that Works for Individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome (Autism Spectrum Disorder) takes place on November 30 in Boston, MA. The content is for transition specialists, career counselors, disability services providers, academic advisors, and vocational rehabilitation specialists.
Individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome and similar autism spectrum profiles are often smart and skilled. Yet even those who earn college degrees struggle to find and maintain employment. Many professionals are unsure of how to guide these students/clients to occupations that will utilize their abilities…yet be manageable in light of their unique challenges.
Finding Employment that Works for Individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome
takes place on November 30 at the Crowne Plaza Boston-Newton
The early registration discount expires October 27
This seminar describes how Asperger’s Syndrome impacts adults in the workplace. I discuss the four factors to consider when choosing a job or career. The seminar features case studies, interactive exercises and assessments. The material is appropriate for students who are seeking competitive (not sheltered or heavily supported) employment.
Additional information is on my Web site.
Barbara Bissonnette, Principal
Forward Motion Coaching
Career Development Coaching for Individuals with Asperger's Syndrome & NLD
Training and Consultation for Employers and Professionals