The Digital Economy
    and why people on the autism spectrum must be included


California Creates

    The challenge of digital literacy for all individuals is how to expand the quality and possibilities of sharing, discovering, applying information, growing skills and being engaged with communities.

   "We are at a crossroad. A place in space and time that requires new new thinking, new vision
    and a new direction in the digital world."


            William Bronston, MD    
 
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California Creates

The Future is Now: An Orientation to the Relevance of Digital Media Arts and Communications

    The challenges faced by every state to be competitive in a digital economy also apply to people with ASD. Dr. Bronston has written this challenge to all people in the field of developmental disabilities in preparing youth for employment in the 21st Century.

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News Coverage of Autism as an Asset in Employment

    According to national press coverage, "A quiet movement is growing around the globe to help transform the unique attributes of people with ASD into sought after job skills." Individuals with ASD pay intense attention to detail, have single-minded focus and a willingness to work on something repetitively until perfect.

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Media Coverage