Asperger Syndrome Employment Workbook is a step by step guide to write an employment autobiography and outline a personal employment profile to use as a help to achieve sustainable employment and work around obstacles.
I aim to do that, documenting and reinforcing the progress here on my blog. This page will host both my own workbook process and that of others that I can find. If the list becomes comprehensive, it may become a helpful source of understanding employment issues related to Asperger’s Syndrome, and a shortcut to learn from others’ experiences.
Since I haven’t done it yet I can’t yet recommend the book or say how helpful the process is, but seeing how others have done it gives an idea about how it can be done and lowers the barrier to get started.
To begin with, I would like to introduce Marie, who has gone through the process – her blog posts about it are listed below:
This is the employment biography by Marie, who writes My Aspie Life.
- Labour market issues
- My work-related social skills
- Intelligence and learning styles
- Skills and talents
- Asperger traits at work
- Problems – and their solutions
- Employment biography summary and advice for the future
More: Employment analysis frameworks
- Career reflections with SWOT analysis
- Career reflections with Myer Briggs Personality Type Indicator