Our site is a work in progress that will provide the public in general and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in particular, information about what services we will be providing in the near future.
Since the inception of the idea that has become Asperger Works, I have been going to different events to drum up support for this organization. These ventures out into the public have been quite successful in that I have spoken with numerous people, many of them politicians, who have shown much interest in the project. For instance, back in June, 2013, I had an appointment to meet with State Representative Kay Khan. Although she was not able to see me because she was stuck in Session, I did have a very pleasant meeting with her research director, who really liked my ideas. I was also asked if I wanted to testify in support of a State bill which would force companies that contract with the state to hire persons with disabilities, including those on the Spectrum.
As of July 17, 2014, Asperger Works, Inc. has become a bona-fide 501(c)(3) public charity. This means that now we may accept contributions and any donations to our organization is tax-deductible.
Asperger Works, Inc.