Walking the Walk

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Autism is a lifelong developmental disability, affecting around one in 100 people in the UK. It influences how a person communicates and how they experience the world around them. However, it does not mean they can't fit into the world of work. Far from it. Theo Albert, a young man from London with autism, has a job he loves - planning rail timetables with Network Rail. He's able to combine a job he is good at with a private passion. Helping him to prepare for and secure that role was Clare Caccavone at TalkTalk's partner organsiation Ambitious About Autism. They talked to Dominic Laurie.

Show Notes

Autism is a lifelong developmental disability, affecting around one in 100 people in the UK. It influences how a person communicates and how they experience the world around them. However, it does not mean they can't fit into the world of work. Far from it. Theo Albert, a young man from London with autism, has a job he loves - planning rail timetables with Network Rail. He's able to combine a job he is good at with a private passion. Helping him to prepare for and secure that role was Clare Caccavone at TalkTalk's partner organsiation Ambitious About Autism. They talked to Dominic Laurie.

What is Walking the Walk?

At TalkTalk we are helping keep Britain connected at one of most challenging times in our country's recent history. Hear inspiring inside stories from some of the people who work here, and why it’s a great place to work.

www.talktalkgroup.com