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  • Preparing for work
  • On the job

Employment support services

Many employers are committed to providing inclusive workplaces that enable employees to thrive. Employment support services provide assistance to help you apply for a job, so don't be afraid to ask for help.

  • On the job
  • Preparing for work

Disclosure in the workplace

Disclosure is a highly individual choice that can be influenced by many factors. This article outlines some reasons for and against disclosure and provides links to additional resources. 

  • Extracurricular training
  • Study after school

Pathways for formal study and training after school

This resource article guides you through finding your way into formal study and training after school, such as university or TAFE, including alternative entrances if you don't get your first choice.

  • Life skills

Getting around

Being independent in getting around opens up all sorts of possibilities for study, training, work experience, volunteering, and getting a job.

  • On the job

Giving and receiving feedback at work

Giving and receiving feedback is important - it helps to identify things that are going well and areas for improvement.


myWAY Employability is an initiative of Autism CRC, the independent national source of evidence for best practice in relation to autism.

myWAY Employability was developed with funding from the Australian Government.

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