The Enabling Academy (EA) has been equipping individuals with high-functioning autism to integrate seamlessly into white-collar jobs in other corporate companies. It will also embark on a five-year plan from 2022 to 2026 to benefit more young adults on the autism spectrum. These initiatives will be featured in The Star soon, stay tuned for a good read!
Meanwhile, behind every success there is unseen hard work, sacrifice, and persistence. Thus, the achievements that EA achieved so far are attributed to the team. A group of dedicated job coaches, who worked hard to ensure every EA trainee gets employed, and is able to adapt and remain employed in the long term.
Project Differently-Abled (PDA) colleagues with job coaches socialising with each other.
Field-trip outing, a practical component for one of the classroom sessions on Travelling Independently by Public Transport.
EA graduate Putri binti Khalid at work
Fun and interactive activities are incorporated during classroom session to stimulate discussion amongst EA trainees.
EA graduate Dennis Liew’s painting, inspired from his trip to Japan, where he saw a beautiful river. This painting titled ‘Autumn Stream’ represents the time of rejuvenation, new beginnings and a start to the new year.