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Asperger's on the Job: Must-have Advice for People with Asperger's or High Functioning Autism.... 2014-02-24

The do's and don't for employers and employees when being on and dealing with the autism spectrum.

  1. King_Oni

    King_Oni Well-Known Member V.I.P Member

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  2. AspieSam

    AspieSam Disability Advocate and Sensory expert

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    I've been recommending this book since it's publishing date. I read it immediately once it sold. Any RUDY Simone book that isn't a story book I VERY highly recommend. However, some are better then others. Which I've reviewed elsewhere.
     
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    I thought the book was a nice read, however, I'm still under the impression that it's actually more of a book that employers should read (and act upon) than it is a book that helps aspies. It is not to say an aspie can't learn from reading this book. But I feel there's only so much you can do and meeting halfway is what could be achieved if both parties would read a book like this.
     
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    AspieSam Disability Advocate and Sensory expert

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    True, that's why I've passed it along to employers/ disability support personnel that deal with our type.