At Spectrum Works, we design programs to help human resources department and managers advocate for neurodiversity in the workplace and engage, onboard and support employees on the spectrum.

Workplace Professional Training

We provide training and share our expertise in psychological health and neurodiversity with employers so they can provide relevant support to their employees.

Workplace Inclusion Readiness

This service is for human resources specialists and managers who need help identifying bias in existing recruiting and onboarding processes to ensure all employees are set up for success. Our workshops and consultations will help you design onboarding for the unique needs of employees on the spectrum.

Consultation

We offer ongoing consultations to help employers understand the unique benefits of neurodiversity in the workplace. Learn about the strengths and challenges of employees on the spectrum and how the right mental health supports can help them make a positive impact within the organization.

Employee Assistance Program

We help employers create tailored programs and mental health supports for employees on the spectrum. Our clinical specialists can design supports for a variety of challenges, from anxiety and depression to autism-related issues like sensory issues, emotional regulation, executive functioning, communication challenges and more.

Latest Posts

ASD Traits We Could All Use

While many treatment protocols and supports for individuals with ASD are geared to reduce symptoms–to help them ‘fit in’ to society–it is important to note that there are many ASD symptoms that could (and should) be adopted by the larger society. Listed below are some general traits that have been associated with ASD and that we […]

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Managing Employees On the Autism Spectrum: A Fictional Example

We previously talked about what to do if you think an employee may be on the Autism Spectrum and, related to this, one trend I’ve seen over the last few years is a sharp increase in requests to intervene on the behalf of clients in the workforce. A Fictional Example: Simon Simon’s employer contacted my […]

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