It is our belief that having a job gives our lives meaning and purpose. We want to help you gain the skills you need to find and keep a job that capitalizes on your strengths, while respecting your limitations. We want you to be a part of a work environment that will help you grow and at the same time accept you for who you are.
Everyone wants to find success in having friends and in the dating world. At the Center for Supported Independence we want to help you gain the skills you need to find the friends and partners you want and deserve.
“Society loses out if individuals with autism spectrum disorders are not involved in the world of work or make other kinds of contributions to society.”
- Temple Grandin and Kate Duffy