April 28, 2021 | NPR
KQED’s Katie Orr reports on how Meristem’s Breaking Barriers program seeks to change the future of employment for young adults on the autism spectrum.
Meristem & TAP on Forbes: Neurodiversity Employment-2023: Now For The Hard Part!
November 30, 2022Forbes
Neurodiversity Employment-2023: Now For The Hard Part! by Michael Bernick Forbes Contributor The late columnist ...
Meristem on Capital Public Radio: Insight
April 20, 2021CapRadio: Insight
Insight host, Vicki Gonzalez, interviews Meristem President, Edmund Knighton, Culinary Arts Instructor and Business Owner, ...
Autism Transition: Returning to Craft and the Land.
February 12, 2020By Michael Bernick, Forbes
“Falling off the cliff” is the term often used by worried parents and family members when young adults with autism and other developmental differences turn 18.
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Putting Autism To Work
February 13, 2020By Michael S. Bernick, Chief Executive
Hiring workers with autism can be a boon for productivity.
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Autistic adults have more job opportunities than they used to, and a small neurodiverse workforce is thriving
March 4, 2020By Lina Zeldovich, Spectrum