What many of us need since a number of us already have the education is:
1) supported universal access to fiber/DSL broadband where we live
2) Physical support at least once a week around the home. If we are placing our limited energies on the job, we have less energy to meet daily/monthly living needs like housework, errands, grocery shopping, etc.
3) Disability awareness and advantage hiring practices that can be appealed to in the job market as well as open calls for disabled STEM background workers. The problem is in matching us up to the opportunities out there. We need provided at no or low cost, headhunters who will work on our behalf to find the jobs and negotiate the conditions for us.