Asperger Syndrome: Transition to College and Work
This DVD describes what young people with Asperger Syndrome need to do to find and hold a job. It’s relevant for people with a range of challenges and abilities—and includes sections on making a good job match, how to approach employers, key workplace skills, disclosure issues, and negotiating accommodations.
DVD interviews include: Dr. Peter Gerhardt, Prof. of Psychology, Rutgers University and Mary Beth Berry, Teacher/Advisor, North Hunterdon High School in New Jersey.
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