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If you have an autistic child or relative, how old are they and how have you changed since they have been there. What 'brick walls' have you come up against in society/education/medical help. What i...
4 answers - Asked By: cattabu - 6/30/2011
I am a college student and I have mild autism and I am living on my own with the help o my service dog. I really need a job but I don't know of any where that would hire me or if I could do the work. ...
9 answers - Asked By: Ailynn213 - 7/21/2010
Hello, Im 14 years old so this question might be silly, my mums just been given a form to fill out to agree I go have a test to see if I have autism, I wanted to have a good job when Im older, somethi...
4 answers - Asked By: - 7/18/2013
I'm planning on doing a documentary on the difficulties of an perfectly qualified autistic boy getting a job. I don't know what the outcomes will be, so I'm wondering if people will discriminate and n...
1 answers - Asked By: Dumb Veg - 11/3/2010
Who in the population tends to develop this disorder? How does this disorder affect the quality of life? What are the treaments for this disorder? Is genetic testing successful in predicting ...
4 answers - Asked By: QT Patuty - 3/30/2007
When i am older if i have autism and sever anxiety will they still let me do what i want to for a job witch is join the army. because im not sure but i just really feel as if its for me...but idk if ...
6 answers - Asked By: - 4/1/2011
Iv got mild autism ,had some previous work like working on local farms,volunteered at a donkey sanctuary and worked for a landscaping company during the winter.
7 answers - Asked By: - 6/18/2013
I have high functioning autism. Which makes it hard for me to communicate
1 answers - Asked By: - 1/12/2013
What job opporitunity do you have in chicago
1 answers - Asked By: gl5636@sbcglobal.net - 3/13/2009
I'm 16 and I'm looking for a job. The thing is, I have Asperger's, which limits my options seeing as if I am in a hectic or crowded place, I'll get a panic attack. I really really love animals and wor...
2 answers - Asked By: Kiersten - 10/17/2010
Even if they have above average IQ, say 130. I know most have a low IQ, but what about the high functioning autistic individuals, why is it that just because they lack social adaptability, we cant fin...
4 answers - Asked By: Homer Being - 7/16/2008
I wanted to know...Do you grown out of Autism What are the different levels...and can a person with Autism drive and function like a normal person?? What are some basics in thier daily lives?
6 answers - Asked By: Sophia A - 6/20/2006
I have a big heart for Autistic children/adults. I wouldn't mind being a special ed teacher, but what other options are there. Want to go back to school and work in that field. Yes, I am aware that...
1 answers - Asked By: ★Banäna . Nightmärẹ★™ - 10/30/2010
We have 3 children and have several different issues we need to look at we we move. First, we have a teen going into 9th grade who has high functioning autism, but very low maturity and fears of bathr...
1 answers - Asked By: wind_decor - 6/25/2013
What is autism????????????????
3 answers - Asked By: Saria J - 4/24/2008
For almost 2 years I've been struggling to find a good part time job for me to support myself and go have fun with my friends, even if i have Autism. So yeah, I just wanna know the details of how to ...
3 answers - Asked By: - 7/19/2011
What various jobs could I pursue if I wanted to work with children that suffer from Autism?! Thanks
5 answers - Asked By: BrittanyXanthe;; - 4/28/2009
I'm a high level autistic adult and I was wondering if anybody knew any places that hire people with autism in Greenville NC?
1 answers - Asked By: - 7/1/2013
Can someone who knows someone with autism please tell me what it actually is. i want to become more aware about this subject so i can start telling other people about it. i saw jenny mccarty on che...
6 answers - Asked By: Jake R - 3/15/2008
I've been a spec. ed. assist. for 8 yrs. The student's range from Down Syndrome, Autism, to emotional, behavioral problems. I've worked with 3rd-8th grade students. I'm very interested in working wi...
7 answers - Asked By: Chris - 12/14/2008
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