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New private-public partnership seeks to find work for people with disabilities

September 29, 2019 7:51 PM | Philanthropy Delaware (Administrator)

Delaware First Media logo(September 26, 2019 by Nick Ciolino, Delaware Public Media)  The neuro-diverse are getting more work opportunities with the state of Delaware. The three-year old Wilmington-based IT company the Precisionists Inc. almost exclusively employs people with disabilities. Its goal is to employ 10,000 people with disabilities in the US by 2025. The benefits corporation recently announced a pilot program which has its workforce of adults with autism doing consultant work for Delaware state agencies. The program started several months ago at the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services’ (DHSS) Audit and Recovery Management Services Unit (ARMS)—which works to identify fraud in state programs.

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