Informing public policy, expanding opportunities, and driving better outcomes for Neurodivergent youth and adults.
State educational, local educational, and vocational rehabilitation agencies each have mandates to assist disabled students in preparing for, obtaining, and maintaining competitive employment. Our work in workforce development, career exploration, and preparation advance equitable employment opportunities for neurodivergent people of all ages around the globe. We take an integrated approach to research—combining deep expertise in education and workforce development with broad capabilities assisting students with exploring career opportunities that fit their interests, skills, and abilities.
Our technical assistance helps clients and partners better understand the impact of public and private policies and programs on education and workforce outcomes for neurodivergent people. We have the flexibility to work with clients large and small, within the United States and internationally. Our experience includes federal and state government contracts as well as contracts and grant-funded projects for universities, foundations, and commercial clients.