Rather than having to 'fit in' in a conventional working environment, or providing token employment, we look to shape our working environment around the skills and needs of individuals on the autism spectrum, enabling their condition to become an asset rather than an impairment.
The products and services we offer have been carefully selected
- definable stages of production
- require attention to detail
- require precise technical abilities
- limited teamwork & limited communication
We will be work with local colleges to offer traineeships and apprenticeships in digital media, targetting young people with a formal diagnosis of autism.
We recognise that not all employees will be able to manage a full time role, especially in the early weeks and months.
We hope that our employees will gain the skills, experience and confidence to progress into mainstream employment.
We hope that 100% of our employees will be on the autism spectrum, but we recognise that some roles may benefit from neurotypical input.