Training and Consultation
Whether you’re looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity, a paid position to advance your future career or custom training and support for your organization, the Kinney Center is here to guide you every step of the way.
From managing to advocating to teaching, we provide a plethora of opportunities to deepen your involvement with individuals diagnosed with ASD — and expand your understanding of our increasingly neurodiverse world.
The Kinney Center made Aer Lingus' flying experience more accessible to individuals on the autism spectrum. While this web-based program was a unique commercial advantage, the Kinney team’s insight helped our crew welcome those on the spectrum and, most importantly, provided peace of mind to our guests."
VP Aer Lingus
In the News
There’s a lot that can be done to eliminate the barriers that neurodiverse job seekers face – and many of those strategies would make the job search process better for everyone, say experts from Saint Joseph’s Haub School of Business and Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support.
When a student’s passions and future career goals don’t naturally align, it can feel like choosing between one or the other. But Faith Belcuore ’20 isn't choosing. She's chasing a future as a physicians assistant while studying art history.
According to Lindsey DelCarlino, associate director of programs at the Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support, there are a number of things employers can do to hire people with autism and encourage them to become successful in the workplace.