(L) Board Vice Chair Gene Weiss, MD; Beverly Shapiro, Board Chair; Terry Flynn, Business Development Director and Myron Shapiro

Aspiritech Invites Community Members to Upcoming Open House

Highland Park, Ill.—On Sunday, October 18, Aspiritech will host an Open House in its new office space located at 1893 Sheridan Road, Suite 103, Highland Park, Illinois, 60035. Held from 2 – 5 p.m., the Open House and ribbon cutting ceremony will offer an opportunity for dignitaries, community members, board members, advisors, employees and their […]

Cocktails for a Cause

Mid-America Club Hosts Aspiritech Cocktails for a Cause

Please join us at the fabulous Mid-America Club on the 80th floor of the Aon Building for drinks and appetizers to support Aspiritech.  Learn more about how Aspiritech is transforming the lives of adults with autism by providing them with training and employment opportunities in the field of software testing, a vocational area where they […]

First Business Summit on Employing Adults with Autism Convenes January 27-29 in North Carolina with Focus on Unique Role for Small Businesses in Closing the Autism Employment Gap

CHAPEL HILL, NC (January 8, 2014) – As the U.S. prepares for a tsunami of young adults with autism who will enter the job market over the next decade, autism specialists and business leaders will assemble in Chapel Hill, NC on January 27-29 for the first summit to press for more small businesses solutions to […]

Aspiritech featured in Autism Speaks town hall meeting in Chicago

On Wednesday October 23rd 2013 evening, Autism Speaks held its sixth Small Business Town Hall meeting, hosted by Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. The Chicagoland autism community showed its recognition of the dire need for appropriate employment opportunities for adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs). Organized in collaboration with the University and its Speech, Language, […]

Aspiritech highlighted in Huffington Post article

Young Adults With Autism Seek Out White-Collar Careers For First Time A few weeks ago, Matthew Koenig, 24, was doing data entry for below minimum wage at a supervised employment center for people with disabilities in St. Paul, Minn. Koenig, who has autism, was happy to have a job in a tough economy, but soon […]

Aspiritech cited in BusinessWeek article

Outsourcing to the Autistic Rather Than to India Part of the reason autism has captivated Hollywood moviemakers more than other developmental disabilities is that, for all the difficulties it brings those who have it, it also gives some of them the ability to perform uncanny feats of brainpower: effortlessly memorizing train schedules or song lyrics, […]