Car Wash Company Sees Autism as a Competitive Advantage

This is a really great story from the Huffington Post about a Florida car wash company, Rising Tide, founded by a father to provide employment for his son with autism. It’s been a tremendous success and now 80% of their employees have autism. They are planning to expand to three locations with a total of 150… Continue reading: Car Wash Company Sees Autism as a Competitive Advantage

Partnering for Strength Conference Mar 27-28 in Concord

NH Family Voices, and the YEAH Council are excited to present Partnering for Strength Conference at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH from Friday, March 27, 2015, at 6 p.m. to Saturday, March 28, 2015, at 4 p.m. Our keynote speaker, Dr. Robert Naseef, a parent of an adult child with a disability, will share… Continue reading: Partnering for Strength Conference Mar 27-28 in Concord

Good Resource for Any Group That Makes Decisions

We stumbled upon a valuable resource for any group that makes decisions: Serving on Groups That Make Decisions: A Guide for Families. Developed by the Wisconsin Department of Public Education to encourage families to get more involved, it has usefulness far beyond that. The guide provides an impressive amount of concrete and actionable information about effective groups in… Continue reading: Good Resource for Any Group That Makes Decisions