ISAW had the pleasure of talking to consultant Jay about his work experiences. Jay is semi-verbal meaning that he needs prompts and writing before he is able… Read more “Jay on accommodations in the workplace”
ISAW has a new team of consultants who will be advising us on issues of importance to autistic workers in Kentucky. We recently had the opportunity to… Read more “ISAW Consultant Megan on sub-minimum wage”
ISAW is currently seeking autistic consultants share their insights into autism and employment. To be eligible, you must be autistic/have autism/be on the spectrum and either be… Read more “Autistic Consultants Needed!”
The purpose of ISAW is to support Business Service Teams in their understanding of issues relevant to autism and employment. Through in-person trainings, online modules, and ongoing supports, we hope to increase employment for workers on the autism spectrum. All trainings and modules are being developed by Bev Harp, whose understanding of autism derives from personal experience as an autistic worker as well as from peer reviewed literature and experience gained through working with other autistic adults. The work is being overseen by a subcommittee of the Kentucky Advisory Council on Autism.