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JobTips Workshop/Training for Adults on the Autism Spectrum (Raleigh)

JobTIPS helps individuals with autism who are more abstract thinkers, such as individuals who might consider themselves high-functioning or who were diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome or PDD-NOS, obtain the necessary skills to gain meaningful employment, including the social skills that are critical to identifying, applying for, securing, and maintaining employment. JobTIPS emphasizes peer support as participants share experiences and advice, role play scenarios related to obtaining and keeping a job, and work on resumes.

ASNC is admitting participants on a rolling basis, so individuals can apply at any time and will receive information about the next group’s start date. After registering JobTIPS instructor below will contact you to confirm your start date.

Please call David Ingram at 919-865-0681 or send an email to dingram@autismsociety-nc.org for more information.

 

Life Experiences, Inc.
260 Towerview Court | Cary, NC 27513
Phone: 919‐467‐1973
http://lifeexperiences.org/
Life Experiences is a non‐profit organization that offers a choice of satisfying work experiences for adults with varying disabilities, and at the same time allows those adults the self‐esteem of earning a wage for their work.
Life Experiences operates five small businesses which offer employment to adults with developmental disabilities while at the same time providing valuable services and products to the community. Our state of the art facility is one of the best in the Triangle. Completed in 2002 due to the generous contributions of the community, our facility has over 15,000 square feet of work areas, class rooms and multipurpose space. In addition, our grounds offer a comfortable setting for our employees to relax and engage in recreation. We offer very reasonable rates. We strive to make our program as affordable as possible for all members of the community.

Ability to Benefit (Wake Tech Compensatory Ed)
1920 Capital Blvd.
Raleigh, NC 27604
919‐334‐1500
http://www.waketech.edu/programs‐courses/non‐credit/strengthen‐basic‐skills/compensatoryeducation/
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The Wake Technical Community College Compensatory Education program (CED) is an educational program specifically designed for adults 17 years of age and older with developmental disabilities. These adults may not have attended public schools, attended on a limited basis, or may simply need additional educational opportunities after leaving public school.

Extraordinary Ventures
200 S. Elliott Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
919‐967‐1100
http://www.extraordinaryventures.org/
Based in the university town of Chapel Hill, NC, Extraordinary Ventures, Inc. (EV) is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that creates and nurtures self‐sustaining small businesses designed around the skills of the young adults with autism and developmental disabilities that serve as its workforce.

 

 


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