(Read below for special invitation from BBC TV)
AASCEND‘s March 18 program will feature a panel of people who have experienced conditions that either look a bit like autism, or often occur with it. There are planned representatives of disorders in NonVerbal Learning, Social Pragmatic Communication, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity, Obsessive/Compulsion, and Depression.
Do you have a condition that overlaps autism? Come share your story.
When: Sat March 18, 10am – noon
Where: The Arc of SF 1500 Howard St. @ 11th St. SF, CA 94103 map
Parking is often available in the garage at 255 12th Street, with a reasonable flat rate for Saturdays. There is also metered street parking for $2/hr
Optomen Productions, the TV production company behind Employable Me on BBC television, is looking for neurodiverse job seekers to be involved in a new production of Employable Me in the US.
Employable Me is the series where extraordinary job seekers aim to prove that neurological differences should be viewed as an asset rather than an obstacle in the workplace. With the help of experts who serve as mentors, these neurodiverse candidates unlock their hidden talents and nd the job that best suits their unique skill sets and strengths.
Optomen is currently developing the project in the US and are actively seeking individuals on the autism spectrum who have struggled to find employment, and wish to be involved in the US program.
For clips and additional information on the UK series, please visit the following:
https://vimeo.com/162540081 password: job123
If you’re interested in being part of the show or learning more about the project, please contact Sarah Glaser at Optomen Productions for additional information.