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Employers don’t see my ability. They see my autism. They see a problem. That makes them quick to judge me, to dismiss me. Simply because they don’t understand me.

But by working with colleagues, employers and the Government, we can make sure more autistic people get the jobs we deserve.

Too many autistic people are missing out on employment opportunities. Let's change that.

Everything you need to know

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Advice at work

Workplace advice for autistic jobseekers and employees, as well as employers and colleagues.

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Watch our film

Watch our film and see what job interviews can be like for an autistic person. 

Max in his interview

Top tips

Read our top tips for a more autism-friendly workplace.

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Autism in public

Read real stories, sign our map of understanding and find out top tips for understanding more about autism.


Real stories

Read real stories from autistic people about their experiences of work.

Autism Uncut

Autism Uncut

Create your own short film or tell us about great representations of autism in the media for our new competition.
Autism Friendly Award

Autism Friendly Award

Do you know a local business that deserves recognition, or needs to be more understanding?
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Virtual reality film

Take a step into Alexander's world with our 360-degree virtual reality film.
Autism Helpline Number: 0808 800 4104
Last updated: 28/02/2017 11:40:35