Trusted by innovative clients around the world

Data Services

Our autistic teams solve data quality and infrastructure issues and support analytics and data science initiatives with data architecture, engineering, and analytics skills.

Software Development

Our software development resources work in your teams on the creation and modification of computer applications or specialized utility programs and mobile apps.

QA & Testing

Our autistic teams are exceptional at quality assurance and testing with unique skills like pattern recognition, identifying anomalies, and maintaining quality work over extended periods.


Autistic Talent

Our autistic professionals have extraordinary cognitive abilities which are exceptionally valuable in the tech space. Their logic, speed, precision, sustained concentration, and ability to intuitively spot errors provide a uniquely autistic perspective on your tech projects. 

Targeted Fulfillment

We closely match each consultant to your job requirements, team culture, and the neurodiversity goals of your organization. Our autistic technologists have expertise in high-demand skills such as data engineering and analysis, software development, quality assurance, and more. They integrate into your teams and quickly function as productive team members.

Ensured Success

Our employment coordination team plays a central role in your success, acting as a liaison between you and the auticon Canada consultant, working hand-in-hand to communicate timelines, manage expectations, resolve needs, and ensure the ultimate success of your program.

Our mission

Changing the lives of autistic adults through employment

Supporting talented autistic job seekers in the pursuit of successful, sustainable careers in tech. 

auticon’s neurodiversity is the key to our success. Despite possessing high-value skills, many of our team members had faced unemployed for an average of two years before joining our team. It is estimated that less than 29% ( of autistic people are in any form of meaningful employment that aligns with their educational achievements.  

We believe in the value diversity of thought and experience brings to workplaces and we strive to create an environment for our colleagues to succeed and to reach their potential. 

auticon’s unique model that includes education and coaching results in a win-win-win situation for our clients, our colleagues, and our society as a whole.

Technology Services

Autistic Talent

Our autistic technology consultants have extraordinary cognitive abilities that are exceptionally valuable in the tech space. We succeed through our experience in closely matching each consultant to your job requirements, team culture, and the goals of your organization. Innovation, creativity, intelligence, precision, sustained concentration, and the ability to intuitively spot patterns and errors will add a unique perspective to your project.

Neuroinclusion Services

Advisory Services

auticon is the service provider businesses turn to for advice on developing programs and enabling teams to be more inclusive for neurodiverse workers. We help clients transform HR practices, enable managers to become inclusive and neuro-confident, raise business-wide understanding of neurodivergence and, most importantly, transform careers and provide thriving opportunities to neurodiverse talent globally.

Neuroinclusion Services

Neurodiversity Training

We understand that companies may wish to support their own neurodivergent talent but are unsure on how to achieve this. Our teaching professionals have decades of clinical and applied experience in autism and neurodivergent conditions. 

Inclusion is at the heart of what we do. Our neurodiversity training programs are developed in collaboration with our neurodivergent colleagues, contributing as subject-matter experts and trainers. 

Our training is of interest to all employees within a company but is particularly relevant to leaders, human resources, legal, recruiters, managers, and DEI professionals. 

Neuroinclusion Services

Employment Coordinators

auticon’s consultants and clients are supported by employment coordinators who ensure work environments support their full potential. Our employment coordination team promotes inclusion and well-being and ensures our consultants feel supported in their assignments. Most importantly they work with our clients to help them understand autism in the workplace with inclusive strategies and coaching. Employment coordinators work with our client teams to facilitate feedback and advocate for our consultants.

Neuroinclusion Services

Neurodiversity eLearning

This interactive and engaging learning experience delivers insightful content from auticon’s neurodiversity subject matter experts and neurodivergent colleagues.

eLearning is designed to raise awareness of a changing neurodiverse workplace. It educates managers and employees on understanding what it means to be neurodivergent in the workplace and how to best work with their neurodivergent colleagues.

Our CPD-accredited course certifies anyone taking the course as achieving “NeuroAware” status. Students will receive a digital credential to showcase their achievements across social channels.

Now is the time

By 2030, the global talent shortage is predicted to reach 85.2M workers (Korn/Ferry, 2021), and worldwide, 87% of organizations already have this experience or are expecting to face it within a few years (McKinsey, 2020).  The most significant demand is for data and advanced technology skills. 

Neurodivergent Canadians represent a largely untapped community of talent. With training, education, and proper support, neurodivergent employees can thrive in your organization, bringing fresh perspectives and strengths to your teams. 

How will your company benefit?

The Harvard Business Review reported that “The case for neurodiverse hiring is especially compelling given the skills shortages that increasingly afflict technology and other industries.” Companies have demonstrated that engaging with an autistic workforce results in 48% faster job performance and 92% more productivity (JP Morgan Chase)The combination of client education, training, and a proven model of empowering and supporting autistic employees in the workforce makes auticon Canada the leading provider in building neuroinclusive workplaces. 

  • Access to untapped, often excluded community of talent
  • High retention rates reduce recruiting and churn costs
  • Experienced team of neurodiversity experts
  • Improve management skills and team collaboration

Measuring our mission's impact

We believe affecting change in one life is the starting point for changing society. We therefore measure our social performance through the difference auticon makes to the lives of our autistic colleagues, the impact on our customer organizations, and the role we play in creating awareness of neurodiversity in society.

Between 15-20% of the global population are neurodivergent. 2% are estimated to be autistic. Despite many autistic people being talented, qualified and keen to work, only 29% of autistic people are in full time work. Within the autistic workforce, a vast majority are under-employed, working in jobs that they are over-qualified or over-skilled for. 

“I love that my skills and abilities are appreciated and that the main focus is on delivering good final results.” – auticon consultant

Feel they can be their authentic self at work 77%
Feel valued for who they are at auticon 84%
Improved wellbeing 78%
Feel more confident 74%

auticon Labs

Through our innovation lab, we bring an entrepreneurial mindset to develop commercial technology solutions to social and environmental challenges faced by autistic professionals, helping them succeed in the workplace.

Located at our office in London, auticon Labs is where our neurodivergent teams, clients, and investors come together to collaborate on new ideas.

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