That's not the right setting for Robert, customer service. no way. He needs something more like a factory type job. My sis works at a small company that designs and builds machines used in cabinet making. One of the young men that works out in the shop is an Aspergers type guy. He does extremely well building machines and putting together circuitry. He is not seen as disabled in any way, but they would never ask him to answer phones or deal with customers. Not in his comfort zone. Robert could do a job like that I bet.
they use them to stock shelves. I am in the wrong town period for Robert. there isnt much here. I contacted a few companys trying for an apprenticeship for him. No takers and the excuses were unbelievable. Today, he is too comfortable drawing SSD and doing as he likes. He dont want to risk loosing it and change is hard. as an emancipated adult theres not a lot I can do now.