We're working with leading experts from around the UK to stream free live webinars to you in the comfort of your own home.

The next webinar for your diary:

Tuesday 18 August at 6pm
Employment and autism

We know that just 16% of autistic adults are in full time work, and with the current pandemic many autistic people are feeling even more uncertain about their job prospects.

In this webinar we speak to researcher Dr Brett Heasman lead researcher for DARE (Discover Autism Research and Employment) and Amy Walker (DARE consultant and Neurodivergent changemaker) about how we can make the workplace more accessible for autistic people.

We know that just 16% of autistic adults are in full time work, and with the current pandemic, many autistic people are feeling even more uncertain about their job prospects.

We'll explore what our research with autistic people and companies tells us about:

  • disclosing a diagnosis at work
  • adjustments employers could be making for autistic staff
  • business benefits and benefits for autistic people to be in meaningful employment

And we'll talk about our research project DARE, that is working with companies on all of these issues.

This webinar is aimed at autistic people, their supporters and employers.

Don't have Facebook? Register for this webinar on Zoom.


Watch previous webinars

All webinars will be published on our YouTube channel after the event:

Autistic Social Belonging and Connectedness
With Sarah Cassidy and Mirabel Pelton.

Establishing Family Routines in Uncertain Times
With Caroline Bulmer. Supported by Fujitsu.

Coping with Uncertainty in Uncertain Situations
With Prof Jacqui Rodgers. Supported by Fujitsu.



Right now, our community needs our advice and your help. Many autistic people were vulnerable before Coronavirus hit - their needs are even greater now.

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