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Specialisterne Foundation is a not-for-profit foundation with the goal to generate meaningful employment for one million autistic/neurodivergent persons through social entrepreneurship, corporate sector engagement and a global change in mindset.

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If you are a person with autism or you are within neurodiversity, we want to offer you a job opportunity. In many cases, we will offer you a free course first to improve your technical and social skills or simply to guide you professionally.

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We provide talent, especially for IT and administrative tasks, by including people with autism and other diagnoses within neurodiversity who are exceptionally well suited to those tasks. And, also, we help companies to train themselves to include neurodiversity in their teams through informative and training actions and consulting projects on Diversity and Inclusion.

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This June Specialisterne Spain turns 8 years old and we want to celebrate it with this summary of our activity.

5 Ways to Make Holiday Parties More Accessible for Your Autistic Employees

From Jaime A. Heidel The Articulate Autistic Ah, the holidays. A time for celebration, gifts, merriment, and–meltdowns due to sensory overload, confusing social expectations, and changes in routine? For many of your autistic employees, yes. Why is...

Sensory Safety: A Must Of Neurodiversity Inclusion In The Workplace

Beeping sounds from equipment with low batteries. Coworkers on their phones. Flickering lights. Clashing colors. Smells of burnt food mixed with cleaning products. All of these are examples of sensory input that can become overwhelming and...

Autism in mothers and children

As we said in the previous article, between 17% and 23% of parents of autistic children have an extended phenotype of autism, that is, they present some autistic features, without actually meeting the characteristics required for diagnosis. In...

Casa Batlló is the first cultural entity, worldwide, that has fully committed to neurodiversity, hiring Specialisterne’s services. We have trained people with autism, ADHD, ADD, dyslexia, … to help visitors during their tour and serve customers at the Casa Batlló Simbòlic store.

 

“It represents a great family”

For me, Specialisterne represents a beacon of hope for those people who, like me, being on the autism spectrum, can integrate into the world of work with the best specialized training.

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