How to succeed at work with autism is one of the most ignored topics in autism, and one of the most needed. After all, it is impossible to live independently if you can't generate an income. For those of us with autism, this challenge is real, and we must face it. Currently,
So you may be thinking about seeking an autism diagnosis, or maybe you have just been diagnosed. This diagnosis maybe came as a "holy-cow-how-did-this-happen?" kind of shock. (I kept wondering how in the world I was just being diagnosed at the age of 44!) Maybe in addition to being a shock; however, it's also
Autism and Employment Many autistic people with whom I speak express concern about working or about their loved one with autism working. All too frequently, they cite the difficulty of themselves or their autist in school. Just like college was easier for me than high school, some of my jobs proved easier than school.