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At Jay Nolan Community Services, we have made a commitment to transform our organization to create more opportunities for employment for all the people we serve. We are particularly interested in increasing employment options for people who are often excluded from or underserved in employment programs-- including those living with autism and other challenging developmental disabilities. We utilized the resources of a grant from Autism Speaks to “jump start” this process of transformation in our agency...The following document is an overview of key elements of change that we have identified as we progress on this journey. We offer this “Blueprint for Change” as a description of the questions we addressed, the things we learned along the way, the challenges we faced, and some suggested issues for organizations to consider who also want to move in this direction.
Developing Talents: Careers For Individuals With Asperger Syndrome And High-functioning Autism- Updated, Expanded Edition