What is supported co-working?

Supported Coworking
​Like coworking, young adults with and without autism will gather at an office space. 
At the office, people can enjoy each others company while working on separate
projects. Unlike traditional co-working, the office will be staffed by a trained
educator familiar with autism spectrum disorders. 

Further, staff willl be able to provide the co-workers with assistance in finding 
paid, temporary work in the field of data entry, scanning, and other archival 
projects. 

Those in college may use the space to complete homework. Artists will find
the space conducive to create and sell their work. Those that already work from 
home will have the opportunity to meet new people and develop social and 
independent living skills. 

Members will enjoy social activities developed by staff as well as have the 
opportunity to develop their own meet-up groups based on their interests.

The space is conveniently located on all major bus lines, including the #2
to Regency Square and the West End and bus training is available for new memebers.
What is co-working? 
Coworking is a style of work that involves a shared working environment, often an office, and independent activity. Unlike in a typical office environment, those coworking are not always employed by the same organization.