SARRC's Employment Services is for individuals 16 years or older who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Employment Services is focused on building skills to prepare for competitive employment through vocational assessments, social and adaptive skills training, and volunteer opportunities and internships. Individuals who complete our program are better equipped with the skills needed to prepare for a job, enter into competitive, community-based employment and maintain employment.
SARRC works with each individual to determine relevant strengths and needs, and to identify barriers to employment success. In addition, SARRC staff will provide continuous support within the employment environment, with the goal of identifying and developing natural supports. SARRC staff will provide autism awareness training when requested and ongoing support for employers.
- Private insurance
- Private pay
- Vocational Rehabilitation
For more information about SARRC’s Employment Services, please contact Pilar Dowling at 480.603.3283.