Our clients want more than just a technology staffing solution. They want to be a champion for neurodiversity within their organization. We have heard from many who have experienced autism or other neurodivergent conditions, perhaps through a child, spouse, or close friend. Some are Diversity and Inclusion leaders who value building teams with unique qualities. Others may have read about the cognitive benefits of autistic adults as a competitive advantage.
By partnering with auticon, clients receive access to a complete suite of neuroinclusion services designed to raise the standards for inclusion, provide the needed support, and create a place where neurodivergent employees feel they belong.
Our Neuroinclusion Services have grown from our unique expertise and extensive experience with hundreds of neurodivergent individuals working among private and public employers.
auticon is the first service provider that any business turns to for advice on how to create, develop and improve their teams and processes into being neurodiverse. We help clients transform HR practices, managers become neuro-confident, raise business-wide understanding and, most importantly, transform careers and provide thriving opportunities to neurodiverse talent globally.
auticon’s technologists and clients are supported by our job coaches who ensure that the technologists’ work environments enable them to deliver to their full professional potential. Our talented job coaches promote inclusion and well-being and are integral to making sure our technologists feel supported in their assignments. Most importantly, they provide clients with support and information regarding autism in the workplace and can convey feedback between the client and the technologist.
We understand that companies may wish to support their own neurodivergent talent but are unsure on how to approach this. Our teaching professionals carry out our training with 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 clients experience our autistic teams first-hand, achieving diversity goals and breaking down stereotypes. As a result, auticon builds awareness around neurodiversity, improves internal practices, and contributes to our clients’ success through the work of our highly skilled technologists. “I now have a much thorough understanding of the positive workplace contribution that someone with autism can make,” responded one client in our recent Impact Report survey, “and what autism actually is.”