Approximately 80% of grown-ups with Aspergers and High Functioning Autism (HFA) do not have full-time jobs – not because they can’t do the work, but because they often have difficulty being socially acceptable while they get the work done.
Countless studies show individuals would rather have pleasant and personable co-workers than a co-worker who is always right.
One Aspie states, “My social life is almost all work related.
I am friends with individuals I do interesting work with.” Many adults with Aspergers and HFA have a hard time finding jobs now. Think of teaching as the effective transition of information to achieve the maximum effect (progress).• Anonymous said... autistics are individuals with a very wide variety of talents, skills and interests.
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You need to learn a few social survival skills, but you will make friends at work by sharing your shared interest with the other individuals who work in your specialty.
But sometimes my plans fail.” Jobs need to be chosen that make use of the strengths of individuals with Aspergers.God bless her soul.I also will try to keep in mind that he cannot help it.I shall just listen respectfully.late for him to get any sort of social therapy. I was taught to hide the outward behaviors of this disorder. In my mother's defense, they WOULD take kids, put helmets on em on a state home, back then. It will not be the latest new thing, but it is more than adequate for a student to learn on.A man/woman with Aspergers has to compensate for poor social skills by making themselves so good in a specialized field that individuals will be willing to "buy" their skill even though social skills are poor.