Autism in the workplace
Writing, training, speaking, campaigning ...
Fatima’s autism makes her hypersensitive to bright lights, so she can’t work in our office, poor thing.
The bright lights in our office make Fatima distressed as she is autistic and unusually sensitive to light. She can work here if we turn them down.
If you have already completed the Stage 1 training, PCS will be contacting you to invite you to this course.
Venue: PCS HQ, Clapham Junction
If you are a PCS member and you would like to attend this course, please contact your branch secretary or regional training officer.
If you are a PCS member in the Northern region and are intersted in attending this course, please contact your branch secretary or regional training officer.
On 27 May, I took part in a panel discussion at Autistic UK's 'The Future is Gold' event.
Today, I was a panellist at at evidence session organised by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Autism, discussing autism and employment. There were several ‘witnesses’, mostly employers and representatives of charities. Some were autistic, some not.
Please contact your PCS regional training officer or branch secretary if you would like to register for this course.
A follow-up course for PCS members and reps who have already attended the Stage 1 training course.