I have autism and I want to work with people who have autism, any tips or ideas for jobs?

I have seen some jobs, but they require high amounts of education. Is there a place for me to work, I am 27 years old? My best memory is when I worked an entry level job shelving books at a library and I met a boy who also had autism and I got along with him better than anyone ever met before and this had stuck with me.

Asked By: IndigoSapphire - 9/15/2010
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There should be autism groups in your area that arrange social get-togethers and activities for children and adults on the autism spectrum. Maybe you could volunteer to be a peer leader or something? I'm sure they'd love to have an adult on the spectrum come in and be a positive role model for kids struggling with... More
Answered By: Abc X - 9/15/2010
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Why not go back to college? Study Social Work, then become an advocate for autism. You would be working with clients who have Autism.
Answered By: Miss Tuddy - 9/15/2010
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