3 May 2017

Getting people with autism into work

From Nine To Noon, 9:27 am on 3 May 2017

Kathryn Ryan talks to John Craven, the Chair of Specialisterne in Australia who's part of a global effort to find one million jobs around the world for people with autism by the year 2025. He's hoping four thousand of those jobs will come from New Zealand and is in the country to talk to local NGOs, employers and politicians about boosting the number of autistic people in New Zealand's workforce. Kathryn also speaks to Altogether Autism's national manager Catherine Trezona who's co-ordinating his visit to NZ.