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Defining Meaningful Employment: Five Things You Need for Job Satisfaction

As someone writing a blog on finding meaningful employment, you’d think defining meaningful employment would be my first post. Like many, however, I fell into the false assumption that this term is universally understood. 782 more words


When Non-Profits Say No: Four Ways to Get Hired by a Non-Profit Organization

I want to preface this post by saying in no way do I want to diminish how much any type of job rejection sucks. Not getting that call back time after time can be so discouraging, regardless of the job. 1,010 more words


Interview Madness: Four Things No One Told You About Your Job Interview

Extra copy of your resume in hand? Check.

Professional outfit? Check.

Practised interview questions? Check.

There are a few things you may be overlooking that can make or break your chances of scoring that job. 647 more words


Local sessions dedicated to finding meaningful work

The Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati (DSAGC) is hosting a six-week “Meaningful Employment Series,” beginning Sept. 17.

These workshops are geared towards both parents/caregivers and self-advocates to help empower them to find paid jobs or consistent volunteer roles in the community. 84 more words



A friend sent me a tragic news story about a father of a young man with autism, who had been caring for him alone, and had health problems of his own who had ended up taking the young man’s life before taking his own. 331 more words

Special Needs Parenting

Delayed Gratification and Rewards in Autism

Rewards and Motivators are how we roll in autism land.  If you want Bucky to do his math work, you gotta give him something in return.   344 more words

Special Needs Parenting

Queens South CSC Volunteers with Habitat for Humanity

Lifespire is proud of the Queens South CSC individuals who are volunteering with Habitat for Humanity.

Meaningful Employment