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Hi all. This next piece is a guest article from my Mum (J). I had hoped to write an article on this issue myself, however the experience is too fresh, and it would be impossible to for me objective about it. While J is not on the autism spectrum, she describes my experience of sensory overload very well and has obviously been paying attention when I talk about Asperger’s Syndrome. (Just a quick note on the timescale, J wrote this piece just under a week ago, on the same day I formally quit my office based job in Leeds). So without further ado, here’s her perspective on sensory overload in the workplace….
Gwen started a new job just over two weeks ago. Since starting, she has rapidly become more anxious and stressed, with an increase in her daily dose of citalopram giving scant relief. I’ve done my best to be…
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