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6 tips for job seekers on the spectrum from someone who is autistic… the author the blog and book everyday aspergers selection committee chair the anca world autism festival and active autism groups locally and globally she can reached twitter aspergersgirls and infomyspectrumsuitecom autistic job recruiter for … opportunities for individuals the autism spectrum what follows are some personal tips when looking for work 1 establish support network the long run support system can get you through those setbacks and doubts and provide that muchneeded incentive keep you track online …
I finally understood why I felt different after my autism diagnosis… nashville volunteer facilitating for autism tennessees teen transition skills program and coleading nashvilles autism peer support group name few longer think negatively when comes the struggles ive had with aspergers syndrome instead have learned embrace …
My story of being diagnosed with autism late… sounds weird but was very clear even though liked socialize and had some friends started feel isolated when kids began form groups and got left out decided that wasnt going let that happen again high school age 12 and started actively copying … wasnt just some weirdo actually belonged group people that were just different gave clarity belonging peace mind and support obviously had times while struggling with the question what aspergers meant and defined especially when decided work fulltime model would really able travel the world without support system home and without any sense stability but know now that even with disorder youre able learn adapt and grow …
Coding and autism: Learning the skills I need to start a tech career… for but immediately had deep sense home and hope and optimism knowing that finally have place put all energy and great group people who can direct and patient with while learn the skills need order help myself the future feel relieved knowing … and gamestop have teamed create the nxt gen coders program powered gamestop and administered autism speaks the grant will support programs teach people with autism all ages critical coding and computer programming skills applicants must …
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