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Digitability works hard to advocate for increasing neurodiversity in the workplace. From media giants like MSNBC, CNET, and NPR, to tech-savvy outlets like TechCrunch, TED Talks, and Google's Startup Grind, we are grateful for the support of the community. Explore

Students with autism and other cognitive disabilities have complex needs. Their path to preparing for today’s modern workplace involves many  moving parts. Digitability uses the best, evidence-based practices for transitioning students to their independence.  Explore

At Digitability, we understand that it takes a village. This is why we designed a program that empowers all stakeholders in education and employment. Learn more about the impact Digitability has on students, teachers, parents, administrators and more!   Explore

Digitability in the News

Why Digitability?

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on tech literacy rates and employment.  Learn More

Google Startup Grind.

Digitability's Founder discusses why she built Digitability. Learn More

#Fact.

Digitability is offering facts to break misconceptions around autism and other cognitive disabilities. Learn More

Accenture: Getting to Equal​. 

Disability:IN works with Accenture to present the advantages of disability inclusion. Learn More

Jill Houghton. 

The President and CEO of Disability:IN speaking at the Hearing on how diversity benefits all Americans earlier this month. Learn More

Haley Moss.

Becomes first self-adovate with autism admitted to Florida bar. Learn More

More News

(Boyz II Men) Shawn Stockman.

Helping provide hope for families affected by autism Learn More

CNET​. 

Digitability featured for increasing employment opportunities.  Learn More

MSNBC.

Digitability's CEO featured for company's innovation and impact in autism education. Learn More

Best Practices With Digitability

Positive Reinforcement.

Digitability's classroom social economy teaches workplace behavior. Learn More

Professional Development.

Customized for each teacher's experience level with evidence-based practices. Learn More

Behavior. 

Digitability teaches workplace behavior and financial literacy in one program. Learn more

Coming soon!

More of Digitability's evidence-based practices modeled by Digitability teachers! 

Digitability Success Stories

Haley Moss Fireside Chat.

Haley Moss speaks about diversity, inclusion, ableism, advocacy and micro-aggressions. Learn More

Neurodiversity at Digitability.

Meet Jordan, one of Digitability's self-advocates and production wizard. Learn More

Transition: College to Employment.

Jordan's story is one of transition as he obtained employment with Digitability. Learn More

Autism and Workplace Tech.

Digitability graduate develops tech and communication skills and is employed as a full-time Human Resources Professional.  Learn More

Anxiety & Self-esteem.

Digitability graduate overcomes anxiety and obtains additional post-secondary technical training and full-time employment. Learn More

Social & Emotional Learning. 

With Digitability, this middle school student is developing his work-ready portfolio to become an animator.  Learn More

More Success Stories

Special Education Administrators.

Directors of Special Education and Transition Services choose Digitability as their go-to program. Learn More

Welcome to Digitability's Video Library

news

Digitability works hard to advocate for increasing neurodiversity in the workplace. From media giants like MSNBC, CNET, and NPR, to tech-savvy outlets like TechCrunch, TED Talks, and Google's Startup Grind, we are grateful for the support of the community. Explore

best practices

Students with disabilities have complex needs and their path to preparing for today’s modern workplace involves many technical moving parts. The Digitability model uses the best, evidence-based practices for transitioning students to their indpendence.  Explore

success stories

At Digitability, we understand that it takes a village. That is why we designed a model that empowers all stakeholders in education and employment. Learn more about the impact Digitability has on students, teachers, parents, administrators and more!   Explore

Digitability in the News

Why Digitability? The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on tech literacy rates and employment.  Learn More

Google Startup Grind. Digitability's Founder discusses why she built Digitability. Learn More

MSNBC. Digitability's CEO featured for company's innovation and impact in autism education. Learn More

CNET​.  Digitability featured for increasing employment opportunities.  Learn More

(Boyz II Men) Shawn Stockman. Helping provide hope for families affected by autism Learn More

Haley Moss becomes first self-adovate with autism admitted to Florida bar. Learn More

Jill Houghton. The President and CEO of Disability:IN speaking at the Hearing on how diversity benefits all Americans earlier this month. Learn More

Best Practices With Digitability

Positive Reinforcement.

Digitability's classroom social economy teaches workplace behavior. Learn More

Professional Development. Customized for each teacher's experience level with evidence-based practices. Learn More

Behavior. 

Digitability teaches workplace behavior and financial literacy in one program. Learn more

Coming soon!

More of Digitability's evidence-based practiced modeled by Digitability teachers! 

Digitability Success Stories

Neurodiversity at Digitability.

Meet Jordan, one of Digitability's self-advocates and production wizard. Learn More

Transition: College to Employment.

Jordan's story is one of transition as he obtained employment with Digitability.  Learn More

Autism and Workplace Tech.

Digitability Graduate develops tech and communication skills and is employed as a full time Human Resources Professional.  Learn More

Anxiety & Self-esteem.

Digitability graduate overcomes anxiety. He then obtained additional post-secondary technical training and full time employment. Learn More

Social & Emotional Learning. 

Inspired by Digitability, this middle school student is developing his work-ready portfolio to become an animator.  Learn More

Haley Moss, Makes History.

As a self-advocate, she is the first person with autism admitted to Florida bar. Learn More

Special Education Administrators.

Directors of Special Education and Transition Services choose Digitability as their go-to program. Learn More

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