Saturday, November 18, 2006

Getting a Job When You Have AS

Program in England helps people with AS get jobs.

"Most of Judith Kerem's clients are excellent timekeepers. She says that they rarely take time off sick, are very dedicated to their jobs and are highly professional. Richard Bremmer agrees: "There are certainly advantages to having someone with Asperger's in the workplace. They are reliable, punctual, they are meticulous in their work and leave no stone unturned, they are very loyal, and all these things come as part of the package.
"There are so many young people with Asperger's, but many are ignored and not given a chance to succeed. But they can flourish and grow."

Full article here.

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