Misconceptions and pigeonholing: what it’s like navigating work with autism
29 September 2020
Despite people on the autism spectrum often being highly reliable and capable – well beyond the IT-based sector – many struggle to make it past the traditional interview stage. Jess Strutt finds out what needs to be done to get more people on the spectrum into the workforce.
- Marina Ciccarelli – Associate Professor at Curtin University. Co-leader of the myWAY Employability project
- Kathy Issacs – Autistic adult and parent of two autistic children. Chair of the Autism Self-Advocacy Network
- Liam Picen – 21 year old with autism who's employed as a software tester.