Jeremy Jordan is a recipient of the Dependable Employee Award presented at a virtual Fall Harvest Award ceremony held last fall by Lifeworks Employment Services in Norwood. A quick learner, SimpliSafe was pleased to recommend Jeremy for his award for his willingness to do whatever it takes to get the job done. Employed at SimpliSafe for the past four years, Jeremy refurbishes equipment such as smoke detectors. Pre-Covid, Jeremy had a very active social life one in which his sister has a hard time keeping up with.   Jeremy participates in many of the programs run by the Family Autism Center (FAC), such as bowling and kick-ball. Jeremy is also a familiar face at FAC’s Explorer Programs where field-trips are often taken to parks, museums and cliff walks by the ocean as well as pumpkin picking and woodworking activities to name a few.

Jeremy lives with his family in Norfolk. Jeremy is one of three siblings who are triplets. Both Jeremy and his brother James live with autism. Sister Kathryn is their caregiver and receives support from the Adult Family Care program. For more on how the Adult Family Care program has supported Jeremy and his family see story in the MetroWest Daily News here: