Supported Work Placements

I have good discrete math skills mainly in algorithms. I believe the challenge many like me have is lack of workplace adjustments. Benefits flexibility, Part time, remote working, some flexible accomodations and social accommodations etc..

What I think would be useful are IPS (Individual Placement and Support) workers that are trained autism mentors.Who can do some counselling and have access to workplace occupational therapists. Who continue to support you before work and during work. Plus can support benefits.

I visited a job centre for the first time in years in September to setup my Universal Credit to be automatically paid to my landlord. It looked like the perfect place to meltdown. Very intimidating and all the glass screens with security instructing you made it feel hostile.