Jordan Edwards has autism. High-functioning, but underemployed, he now weighs the pros and cons of whether to disclose his so-called “invisible disability” to a future employer.
People with high-functioning autism are said to have an “invisible disability.” But it’s not always completely invisible. There can be problems communicating, troublesome ticks, or socially inappropriate behaviour. Sometimes, it’s enough to result in dismissal.
“When I got my diagnosis…at the beginning I was overwhelmed and I didn’t know how to tell people.”
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