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Working it out

By: Wheeler, Eleanor.
Series: Your Autism Magazine 48 (3) 2014: 21-24. 2014Subject(s): GOVERNMENT SUPPORT | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT | EMPLOYERS | EMPLOYMENTSummary: Getting a job and sustaining paid work is one of the biggest challenges facing many people with autism. Looks at the UK Government's Supported Internships scheme aimed at helping young people aged 16 to 24 with complex learning difficulties or diabailities to make the transition into paid employment.
List(s) this item appears in: Work life and intellectual disability. Jan 2018 | Employment Transition Research 2018
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Getting a job and sustaining paid work is one of the biggest challenges facing many people with autism. Looks at the UK Government's Supported Internships scheme aimed at helping young people aged 16 to 24 with complex learning difficulties or diabailities to make the transition into paid employment.

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