Create an autism-ready guidebook
Educate and prepare staff
On-site support as jobs progress
Create an autism-ready environment
Create universally designed standard work
Recruit talent that best match job skills
Custom training for each position
Written, visual, and video supports
Review productivity and integration
“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)
Make informed decisions and search for jobs that best meet your interests and skill-set.
Learn how to successfully use this resource during an interview.
1:2 instructor to participant ratio.
Candidates receive evaluation on interview skills and resume.
Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion at the conclusion of the program.
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.
Director of Development
Amber’s experience as a special education teacher helps to improve all aspects of Autism Workforce (AW). She creates Standard Work for jobs, assists in candidate job placement, and teaching the Employment Prep. Program, as well as, developed the protocols to improve operations for AW.
Keith has been working with those with autism in their homes, recreation settings, and on-the-job for over 10 years. He created Standard Work, assists in successful candidate job placement, and his degree in graphic design enables him to contribute to the development and communication of Autism Workforce.
Ben's degree in applied behavioral science, and experience as a behavioral technician, allows him to understand how individuals learn best so that he can recruit them for jobs that fit their skillset. By using these best practice teaching methods, and leveraging his years of experience, Ben is driven to create successful employment opportunities for those with autism.
702 West Burlington Ave.
La Grange, IL 60525
*Directly across the street from the BNSF Stone Ave. Train Stop
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