How do disabled adults learn to cope?

I'm not severely disabled. I have slight autism, (Asperger's syndrome). It doesn't mean I'm stupid, it means I have poor listening and communication skills. I learn by reading, not by listening...and employers don't like that at all. 1) There must be something I can do to work online or... show more I'm not severely disabled. I have slight autism,
(Asperger's syndrome). It doesn't mean I'm
stupid, it means I have poor listening and
communication skills. I learn by reading, not
by listening...and employers don't like that at all.

1) There must be something I can
do to work online or work from home?

2) As for time-management, that's really
hard for me. I get worn out working
more than 30 hours/week. I think working
full-time and taking one night-class would
be a huge-step up (let alone two). I know
that's not a lot for most people, but it is for me.

3) The other problem is: I'm so dam-
indecisive. I don't know how to pick
a career on my own. My strengths are:
mathematics, healing/medicine, working
with nature and animals plus customer-service.

Advice Please
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