Empowering neurodiverse populations for employment through inclusion AI and innovation science: Policy and practice brief
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Bruyere, Susanne; Chang, Hsiao-Ying (Vicki); Saleh, Matthew
To explore what barriers and facilitators exist for neurodiverse job seekers, this report summarizes a study conducted by researchers from the Yang-Tan Institute on Employment and Disability at Cornell University, in partnership with the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University, on experiences in the employment interview and at work from multiple stakeholder perspectives (Autistic individuals, service providers, and employers).
Policy brief; full report is available from https://ecommons.cornell.edu/handle/1813/90131
A policy brief from the work of the Track B-1 (AI and Future Jobs) Empowering Neurodiverse Populations for Employment through National Science Foundation (NSF) Inclusion AI and Innovation Science (B-6970), RAISE C-Accel Phase I Grant funded to Vanderbilt University, Frist Center for Autism and Innovation, Nashville, TN; PTE Federal Award No.: 1936970, Subaward No.; UNIV61108.
disability; employment; neurodiversity