The Autism Society of Alberta is excited to announce its newest Alberta-wide employment project in partnership with Meticulon Consulting Inc. With the innovative technology of the Meticulon Assessment Service (MAS), our team is eager to engage youth and adults across the province as they work toward their employment goals. Our mission is to engage with 200 youth and adults with autism and other neurodiversities.

The Employment Supports Program is open to neurodiverse individuals and persons with disabilities aged 16+. This program aims to help provide our participants with coaching and support through the Meticulon Assessment Service (MAS) software.

While partnerships are being built with employers, Employment Coordinators are ready to provide assessment and coaching to job-ready individuals. Supporting and educating employers about better workplace practices and diversity are key components of this project.

What are the steps?

  • Complete the registration form
  • Interview and consideration for program services
  • Assessment
  • Training and coaching
  • Company research – with potential employer(s)
  • Follow-up

For more information, please contact:

Employment Supports Program Facilitator
Phone: 780-215-7280

Additional Employment Supports for Employers

Autism and Neurodiversity in the Workplace offered by the University of British Columbia.

This program includes a series of six self-paced, interactive modules filled with useful activities and videos. The program is designed to assist human resource professionals, employers, supervisors, managers, co-workers, job coaches and counsellors, autistic employees, parents, students, and anyone interested in inclusive employment to learn practical strategies on how to support all employees to be successful on the job.

Autism and Neurodiversity in the Workplace | Centre for Interdisciplinary Research and Collaboration in Autism (

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