Moving on up – Article and photograph courtesty of News Corp – The Sunday Mail, October 2019 – posAbility
Last month, 85 Department of Human Services Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) specialists celebrated graduating from the department’s STEM ICT (Information and Communications Technology) scheme.
Adelaide’s Connor Taylor is proof you can use what some people see as a limitation, as a unique skill. In primary school Connor was diagnosed to be on the autism spectrum.
The parents of Guillermo Rodriguez, Maria and Vince Rodriguez, are thankful that their son has begun work as a Hewlett Packard Enterprise employee at the Department of Human Services as part of the Dandelion Programme.
You can hear the pride in Cathryn Masters’ voice when she talks about her involvement in the Dandelion Programme.
Robert Tedesco is thriving after landing a position in the Dandelion Programme, a three-year traineeship that allows people on the autism spectrum to use their IT skills and gain employment.
Julie Anderson has been blown away by the professional and personal growth experienced by her son, Jack, since he was employed by Hewlett Packard Enterprise and took up a role working with the Department of Human Services as part of the Dandelion Programme.