During confinement, a number of recruitment and training platforms closed in order to redeploy online. Many of them were not inclusive enough to accommodate people with disabilities. In this work we focus on the use of a remote interface for people with autism because despite their high school diploma, 85% of them remain unemployed. We share our system in an optimum way and to adequately highlight the results obtained during our experimentation while inviting others to come elaborate their own opinions and possibly discuss future perspectives.
Student, Student Doctorate, Laval University, Canada Alejandro Reyes
Student, PhD Candidate, Université Laval, Quebec, Canada Jonathan Proulx Guimond
Student, Design, Université Laval , Quebec, Canada Valery Psyche
Rency Inson Michel
Associate Professor, Design, Laval University, Quebec, Canada
Inclusion, Autistic Workers, Employment, Assistive technology, New Practices, Covid-19 Lockdown