Jobs for people with developmental disabilities

For most of us, finding a job can be frustrating but for someone with a disability it goes beyond that.  Employers often shy away from hiring people with disabilities, diminishing their chance at finding gainful employment. SARRC, Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center, has a program designed to help people with autism find work. SARRC partnered with 70 different companies committed to hiring people with autism. We look at the challenges and the benefits potential employees and employers face.

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