No Label at the Table – New Bakery Run by Autistic Guy Hiring Others on Spectrum


Jacob Wittman, a 20-year-old guy, and Shelly Henley, his mother, started ‘No Label at the Table,’ a new bakery offering employment opportunities to young people on the autism spectrum. According to the statistics, only 60% of people with disabilities receive a high school diploma, and about two thirds of autistic people are unemployed. Jacob successfully combines his studies at a high school with running his own business. His passion can also help fight the negative statistics and improve the quality of lives of the people on spectrum.


New Café and Employment Opportunities for Young Autistics


According to the recent statistics, 90% of the individuals with autism are unemployed or underemployed, 56% of young adults with autism only graduate high school and only 14% start college. And 100% of the adults with autism would like to … Continue reading

Best selling toys for autistic children and their benefits


It is a well-known fact that toys play a great role in child’s development. Recently, we observe high demand for toys for autistic children. Toys can bring not only a lot of fun but also help children with special needs … Continue reading

Fear of Parents: autism and related developmental disorders.

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Expecting a child is a magical and worrying period of every parent time. Parents are very concerned about health and welfare their future child. Unfortunately, autism is turning into a real epidemic since the numbers of children diagnosed with ASD … Continue reading