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By Jane Dreaper
Health correspondent, BBC News


Lego is used to test skills

A computer company in Denmark which has made huge strides in employing workers with autism is expecting to begin work in the UK soon.

Specialisterne was started by a Danish man whose own son has autism.

Thorkil Sonne now employs more than 40 people with autism.

He is finalising plans to set up a branch in Glasgow in the coming months.

He hopes to hire 50 workers in the first three years of operating in Scotland.

Autism affects about 1% of the population across Europe.

According to the National Autistic Society (NAS), people with the condition say a job is the one thing that would really improve their lives.

And yet a survey by Autism Europe shows 62% of adults with autism do not have any work at all.

Read Article in Full:  http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/8153564.stm

Autistic adults in the workplace (Video)

A computer company in Copenhagen has been giving people with autism more support to use their talents in the workplace – and it wants to do the same here in the UK.

Jane Dreaper reports.  http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8155125.stm



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