“The program at Hart Schaffner Marx has extended the boundaries of neurodiversity employment. The approaches and techniques developed by David Geslak and his team have the potential to positively impact a much larger and broader population of neurodiverse individuals. In this work lies the possibility of moving from thousands to millions of neurodiverse employees.”
robert d. austin
Professor, Ivey Business School
Co-author of “Neurodiversity at a Competitive Advantage”
(Harvard Business Review, 2017)
Analyze job activity to properly place individuals.
Modifying job applications and new hire documents.
Create an autism ready environment.
Custom “Autism Ready” guide.
Autism job training program.
Using exercise’s benefits to increase focus.
Custom programs for each job.
iPad and printed exercise guide.
Find support agencies to get motivated prospects.
Build community relationships.
Lower turnover in repetitive jobs.
Socially responsible branding.
Higher awareness and improvement of business processes.
Meaningful and rewarding team-building.
Real World Interview Experience.
Reaching the Community.
On-boarding HR Departments.
In addition to the health-related benefits, exercise is to increase on-task behavior, reduce stress and calm any undesired behaviors for individuals with autism. To achieve these benefits and have individuals have greater success at their job we make exercise a part of their daily job routine.
Founder and President
David pioneered exercise for the autism community. As his students entered adulthood, he recognized their critical need for meaningful employment. David expanded his mission to provide the training and resources needed to create successful employment for both individuals and companies.
Autism Workforce Director
Ashley developed her skills and understanding of autism in both academic and practical settings. Recognizing that businesses lacked the understanding and ability to hire and train this community, she reapplied her teaching strategies to the workplace and has enjoyed extraordinary results.
Autism Employment Specialist
Amy is a former special education teacher who developed autism work training programs for a non-for-profit that was building a company to only employ individuals with autism. She is excited to bring her expertise and passion to a wide-range of companies looking to improve their workforce.
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