Others are creative, able to visualize solutions to complex problems and develop unique insights.People with autism are also known for being forthright and are less likely to engage in toxic political behaviours.They do experience emotions, but tend to express them in ways that are not readily recognized.Socially, they may dominate conversations while focusing on narrow interests, have difficulty understanding variations in tone and reading body language and facial expressions, and they may take things inappropriately literally.Many people with autism are able to focus intensively.If a topic interests them, they will spent large amounts of time developing expertise.People with autism are unemployed at disproportionate levels.
Fortunately, recent research has provided us with many strategies to make workplaces more inclusive.
Each individual with autism is unique, and the way their condition presents itself varies.
Common symptoms include trouble “reading” social/emotional cues and difficulties with conventional language and communication skills.
Lack of empathy is frequently cited as an autistic trait.
This characterization is disputed by the autism community and by evidence from psychologists.
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