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Asperger's guide to coping with employers & educators

A step by step guide to helping individuals on the spectrum deal with the pressures faced in the neurotypical world

3.67 / 5.0
28 students1 hours 57 minutes

Created by Katrina Zawawi, offered on Udemy

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2.5/10

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Course length

9/10

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Overall score

3.2/10

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Description

A useful guide and tool as a student at college and university. An excellent guide to help you cope in a neurodiverse workplace.

You are doing this course because:

You are an adult with either High Functioning Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome.

You struggle communicating with your peers, teachers, colleagues or employers - struggle with social etiquette

You are struggling at achieving your goals in education or work - maybe your assignment criteria, rules/policies at work don’t make sense.

You suffer with college/university or work related stress.

People on your course or workplace don’t seem to understand you.

You have been told to buckle up/ work harder/ stop day-dreaming/ concentrate and basically change your way of being to fit in.

You feel that you are more intelligent or better than your peers or colleagues because you have a greater deeper knowledge of your subject.

Small talk at the college/university/work canteen/ social gatherings bores you.

You wish you could share your views with others, but feel stifled and alone.

You wish you could fit in, but don’t know how.

Too many contradictions around you, causing you to worry about choices you make.

You get anxious because you want to get it right, don’t want to get into trouble and want to do things right.

Do you resonate with any of this? If so, you are on the right course.

What you will learn

  • How to cope with life as an employee at the workplace
  • How to gain control of work (prioritise workload)
  • How to talk to your employer/educator about your condition
  • How to set clear boundaries
  • How to feel confident in the job/course you are in/on

Requirements

  • That you have high functioning Autism
  • That you have Asperger's Syndrome
  • That you are challenged by your job/course
  • That you find socialising difficult
  • That you wish to gain confidence
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  • Price: $19.99
  • Platform: Udemy
  • Language: English
  • 1 hours 57 minutes
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bestcourses score: 3.2/10

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