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  1. Mark B.

    Autism at Work Study

    Hello all, I'm currently working on my thesis study which explores the experiences of those on the autism spectrum in the workplace. Specifically, it will focus on investigating how the workplace environment and its resources (psychological and tangible) influence the overall work experience...
  2. L

    Aspie women in the workplace?

    I am an NT partner to an aspie female who also has extreme social phobia, and severe anxiety. She has not had a proper job before and is afraid of entering a long term and repetitive social situation at the workplace, due to childhood traumas (hardcore bullying in boarding school for over 7...
  3. H

    Autism in the Workplace SURVEY (employees)

    Hi. I am a 19 year old student currently doing an EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) on autistic employees in the workplace. It should result in a 5,000 word essay entitled “Are employers doing enough to support employees with autism spectrum disorders?”. I have created a short questionnaire...
  4. Katleya

    Work & clothing

    Very random, I know, but for some reasons a couple of questions have been nagging me, and I guess I won't be rid of them until I get input from you all (well, y'all, not all of the 11,000+ members, although that would make for a popular thread, but enough with the digressions already, sorry)...
  5. Katleya

    Explanations perceived as excuses

    I was wondering if any of you felt the need to explain processes in certain situations. I do, and it typically gets a response from my NT coworkers or boyfriend that is light years away from my intention. Here are two instances: - I've tried explaining that I may have difficulties with certain...
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