Meticulon Assessment Service Bundle
The Meticulon Assessment Service (MAS) Bundle is an innovative tool that assesses the employability readiness of an individual with diverse abilities.
Our assessment process provides organizations, coaches and participants a baseline understanding of an individual’s readiness for employment.
The MAS Bundle offers an assessment and tracking tool that can be used in conjunction with other support tools for individuals with diverse abilities.
This program helps individuals with diverse abilities expand their employability and life skills, often leading to training, employment, volunteering, and personal independence.
Agency or School
MAS has been a transformative tool used in supporting our participants’ success. We are confident that MAS can be just as powerful for your participants. Remember, we can adapt MAS to the unique needs of your program whether it’s a high school class working on employ ability skills or a social service agency with a cohort working on life skills, we’ve got you covered.
Do you have a goal in mind but you’re not sure how to get there? By using our individualized coaching tool, we can help you identify and fill in those gaps so you can work/live/study in the way that you’d like to.
MAS is made to support your child’s education, employment, and independent living goals.
2022-2024 Alberta MAS Project
The Great Equalizer
Technical Services Project will harness innovative technology and a promising approach to research, select, test, analyse and grow supported employment solutions for many sectors with digital workplaces. This innovation builds on 5 years of success with Meticulon’s signature offering, Meticulon Assessment Services (MAS). The nationally-tested MAS platform enables neurodiverse youth and/or those with disability, their family, professionals, service providers, community organizations, training institutions and employers to “put the individual at the centre of an integrated service delivery model.”
This Autism Alberta project is taking part in four regions across the province, and is funded by the Government of Alberta’s Seniors Community and Social Service ministry, with matching support from the federal government.