Join us for “Helping Autistic Employees Thrive at Work,” where we’ll explore strategies and support to empower autistic employees.
With Iris Warchall, PT & DPT an Autistic physical therapist, Lyric Rivera, the Neurodivergent Rebel & author of “Workplace Neurodiversity Rising,” and Maisie Soetantyo, Autistic founder of Autism Career Pathways 501c3.
Date and time
Wednesday, October 11 · 1 – 2:30 pm MDT – 1 hour 30 minutes
About this event
We are excited to invite you to our upcoming webinar, “Helping Autistic Employees Thrive at Work.”
We believe in fostering an inclusive and diverse work environment that allows all employees to reach their full potential.
This webinar will provide valuable insights and strategies for supporting and empowering Autistic and NeuroDivergent employees working with your organization.
Key Topics to include:
- Understanding the strengths and abilities of Autistic employees
- Creating an inclusive workplace culture
- Effective communication and collaboration strategies
- Accommodations and support for optimal productivity at work
- Incorporating Universal Design Principles to support the mental & physical well-being for every employee
A panel of Autistic professionals who are well-versed in Autism advocacy and workplace inclusion.
We will share our knowledge, experiences, and practical tips to help you foster a more inclusive work environment.
- Maisie Soetantyo: “Autistic Experiences at Work.”
- Iris Warchall: “Supporting Health Needs of Autistic Employees.”
- Lyric Rivera: “Emotional Safety & Your Organizational Culture.”
Who Should Attend:
This webinar is open to anyone interested in fostering inclusivity and supporting Autistic employees in the workplace, including business owners, HR professionals, managers, team leaders, and colleagues.
Refunds up to 7 days before the event (Eventbrite’s fee is nonrefundable).
Registration Link: https://tinyurl.com/AutisticEmployeesThriving
Do you know a business, manager, or employee who could benefit from these topics (maybe your manager or employer)?
You can help us (and possibly yourself) by spreading the word about our event.
It would mean a lot,