May 16, 2018
There’s a new effort underway to create job opportunities for young adults with autism.
A group of assembly members at the State Capitol are working on a bill to help people with autism find employment. According to those lawmakers, only six percent of young adults with autism are employed in California.
Assemblywoman Rubio works to create more job opportunities for people living with Autism. View press release video.
Edwards has been working at an elderly care facility for a year, and most recently at Eskaton in Roseville.
“I don’t know if I could ever have much more fun than this,” he said.
“The ultimate goal is to give them the self-esteem, they need to be able to move onto other careers,” said Assemblywoman Blanca Rubio. View video and read more.