Specialisterne Denmark have received an injection of growth capital from the newly established The Social Capital Fund (“Den Sociale Kapitalfond”)
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The following questionnaire is a piece of research from NUI Galway, designed to investigate the quality of life of adults on the autistic spectrum. This is achieved by examining physical health, psychological state, social relationships, beliefs and levels of independence. If you are on the autistic spectrum and are interested in partaking in this research, please […]
Specialisterne Ireland – Autistic Employment Services Assessment and Support Executive Specialisterne Ireland is a specialist employment and support company for young autistic adults who wish to work in IT or similar sectors. It is currently seeking to recruit an Assessment and Support Executive working with and preparing autistic Asperger people for fulltime employment and also for student internships. This […]
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Scheme aims to create jobs for those with autism
Specialisterne is transforming the way society perceives autism, focusing on the unique skills that become a competitive advantage in the business world.
New initiative to create unique Jobs in Irish IT Sector for people with Autism Spectrum Disorders DUBLIN, IRELAND (13 December, 2012) at SAP Ireland, Citywest, Dublin 24: Specialist People Foundation, the Danish non-profit organisation leading a global movement to create one million jobs for people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), today officially launched Specialisterne […]
Autism as an Advantage. A solution to change our Nation Click here to read more
Scheme aims to create jobs for those with autism Click here to read more People with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families have welcomed an initiative that will create up to 50 jobs for those with the disorder over the next five years. Specialisterne Ireland will assess and develop the potential of […]