Today, the Honourable Michelle Rempel, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification, together with the
Federal funds supported the purchase of computing equipment and facility upgrades for the
Meticulon consultants have been involved in many aspects of promoting their services, including presentations to employers and post-secondary institutions.
Meticulon has developed a tool kit for replicating the business model in western
With four businesses and six consultants involved in the Program, Meticulon is currently six months ahead of schedule. The organization is assessing their third cohort of potential employees to further build the robust infrastructure needed for their extensive training process.
"Our Government is proud to support
"The program is innovative because it works at playing to the strengths of many of those with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Many individuals on the Spectrum are able to focus their attention in ways that most of us can't. As a result they can be very meticulous and precise in doing the kind of work that Meticulon clients hire them for."
"This funding has been vital to Meticulon's ability to launch quickly and effectively, allowing us to build the robust and adaptable IT infrastructure necessary to power our extensive assessment and training programs. Persons with Autism have unique and valuable skills that can be of benefit to Canadian businesses. Thanks to the foundational support from the federal government, our consultants are providing services that are contributing to the growth of the Canadian economy. We could not be more thankful or excited about this partnership and where it is taking us."
Keywords for this news article include: Autism, Neurology, Technology, Developmental Disabilities.
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