Autism Action Partnership

Partnership for Autism Career Employment - PACE



PACE is going through some exciting changes! We want to share our status and new directions with you.

During our first year of business, we have learned a lot about how to best serve the autism community in Nebraska. We want to grow our employment services so we can serve more clients and employers in a more cost-effective way. Currently, we are revamping our application, assessment, and placement services. We are also working to build solid relationships with corporate partners who will be a part of our mission for years to come.

The mission of PACE will not change! We will continue to provide individualized, team supported, long term employment services to adults who have autism so they may reach their career goals, achieve greater independence, and contribute in a personally meaningful way to the community.

We are committed to ensuring the highest quality services to our clients and our employment partners. Building quality programs take time. We ask for your patience during this time of transition.

Due to our new program direction, we are not able to assist with any new intakes or job placements at this time. Please continue to check our website for updates as new employment partnerships are formed.

Contact Michaela Ahrens at (402) 763-8830 ext: 1005 for more information about our program or about becoming a corporate partner. 

Our approach is, in part, based on the TEACCH model from UNC. Click here to find out more information about TEACCH. 

  • 10110 Nicholas Street, Suite 202
  • Omaha, NE 68114
  • 402-763-8830 (Office)
  • 1-877-273-2271 (Resource Line)
  • 402-884-7175 (Fax)


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