The Virginia Institute of Autism’s pioneering social impact program has struck a chord with news organizations around the state and in the District of Columbia. On September 10th, the Charlottesville Daily Progress ran a front-page story on VIAble Ventures, our program that develops micro-businesses specifically designed to employ adults with autism.
The Associated Press picked up the story and it was published by multiple regional news sites, including Lynchburg, Lexington (KY), Tidewater, and a DC television station.
Lexington KY Herald Leader: www.kentucky.com/living/article218800265.html
WJLA ABC TV in Washington: wjla.com/news/local/program-aims-to-help-autistic-adults-find-employment
Tidewater Daily Press: enewspaper.dailypress.com