Before I get to my question I have to include a backstory, which is usually is the case anytime I post something. Ok, so I was recently diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder about 4 months ago, I don't have my sub-test, or Total IQ score because the Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services refuses to disclose them to me, they feel it isn't necessary. After receiving this diagnosis, my whole life made sense, it explains all my difficulties: Inability to form friendships with same-age peers (all my friends are 20+ years younger than me, or 15+years older than me), inability to hold down a job( the only job that I have ever done well in is when a teacher small children), it also explains my cognitive difficulties, my sensory issues, and my toilet difficulties.
Now to my question, how do I explain to my prospective employer that I have an Autism Spectrum Disorder, and that I am not fully potty trained, and need to wear diapers, because I don't always make it to the potty in time? My problem is that I can feel when I need to go, I just can't always wait until I am able to get to a potty. This isn't something I can keep a secret for too long; I would imagine that people would want to know why there are baby diapers being thrown away in the staff restroom.
Edited: I was diagnosed 4 months ago, on my first post I fat-fingered it, and had typed 14 months.