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Who we are
There are more than 2 million people with disabilities registered in Thailand. Fewer than 25% of them are employed. We are an experienced team of trainers and inclusion specialists dedicated to changing this. We offer award-winning education programmes for young neurodivergent people, run inclusive business models such as cafes, and offer consultancy to help organisations diversify their workforce. We established the Neurodiversity at Work Research centre, Southeast Asia’s first ever research centre dedicated to understanding neurodiversity in the workplace, in partnership with Sasin School of Management.
How your Business can Connect with us
We can support your business with becoming more inclusive. Use our consultancy services so we can help you reap the benefits of hiring people with disabilities – research shows organisations which hire a diverse workforce have a reduced staff turnover and increase in profits. Join us as a business partner and we can coach you through hiring our graduates. Or outsource basic administrative tasks to our business service centre.
Our Education Programmes
Our award-winning vocational training centres in Bangkok are open to learners aged 11 and up who would benefit from an alternative to mainstream education.
Explore information about our programmes using the links below:
Steps Coffee Shops
Cake and coffee tastes all the better when it’s helping to create a more inclusive society. Our welcoming coffee shops in Bangkok and Phuket don’t just serve delicious, healthful food. They also provide work experience to our young trainees, many of whom have neurodivergence like autism.
Why Join our Community?
What parents of our trainees say
Braden may still live with us for the rest of our lives but for the first time ever we feel he has opportunity. And he feels he has purpose.
What our coffee shop customers say
Fantastic food and coffee and a wonderful cause supporting neurodivergent people and helping them with vocational training. Definitely come here!
What our employment partners say:
We are delighted to be part of this program and after working with Steps trainees just for a short while we found that they could learn very fast and all the assignments have been completed nicely.
What our consultancy partners say
Our ongoing relationship with Steps inspires and enables us to ensure the long-term success of our approach to diversity, equity and inclusion as we develop a sustainable employment model that makes all of our colleagues feel welcome and part of our team.