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Millennials with Disabilities: A Large, Invisible Talent Cohort with Innovative Potential

A new study from the Center for Talent Innovation (CTI) found that, according to the 2015 US government's definition of disability, 30 percent of professionals have a disability. Fully a third of Millennial professionals have a disability—a higher rate than Boomers or Gen-Xers. Read the full story HERE...

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Girls with autism need help honing social skills in realistic settings

Everyone has difficulties fitting in during school and it can be even harder for those with autism. READ this article to see how this incredible young women with Autism, Nicole Brettell, has started her own social skills group at the University of Kansas. She is breaking the barriers and talking about how young girls on the spectrum need more guidance with social skills.  

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Girls' social camouflage skills may delay or prevent autism diagnosis

New studies are showing that current clinical tools are failing at capturing the different autism symptoms that are prevelant in young girls. READ this article and gain insight into how young girls with autism are facing a different struggle then young boys on the spectrum.  

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Answering That Terrifying Question: “What Will Happen to My Special Needs Child Without Me?”

All parents that have a special needs child have asked themselves, "What will happen to my child without me?", and this is generally a tough question for parents to answer. Not only is this a tough question to answer, but it is hard to know where to begin when planning your childs future without you there. READ this article and gather 6 helpful tips that can help you answer, "What will happen to my child without me". 

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'I’ve spent 30 years on the telly trying my best to act normal'

Many individuals hide in fear of their Aspergers or Autism diagnosis for many different reasons, either they do not want to be judged or scared of how others will treat them. Public figure, Chris Packham, goes in depth as to why he hid his diagnosis from others in the television business and explains why he is opening up now. READ this article and gain insight on how he is changing the face of television.  

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