DFN Project SEARCH urges businesses across the nation to recognise the social and economic value in employing young adults with SEND
As part of the employability campaign #InclusionRevolution, DFN Project SEARCH is once more urging businesses across the nation to recognise the social and economic value in employing young adults with SEND.
As reported in Learning Disability Today, hiring neurodiverse people is of benefit to employers and with many sectors struggling with a skills gap, Claire Cookson, CEO of DFN Project Search, says it makes simple business sense to start exploring the ocean of untapped talent.
The #InclusionRevolution campaign, which was launched in September, aims to support 10,000 young autistic adults and adults with learning disabilities into fulltime employment by 2030.
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