I deal with aspbergers as well so please do not think that I am dismissing your needs or concerns.
SE is designed around providing answers to questions that will potentially help many people. So when asking any question it is important to make sure that your question is as broadly applicable as possible. If your question is only applicable to your specific situation at a specific point in time then it is better to ask in Chat or elsewhere. But if your situation can be generalized into one that you deal with often or even just a few times chances are that other people deal with that same general situation so your question could be helpful. But make sure when generalizing the question that you do not go so generic that the solutions provided are not useful because they miss important parts. Right now you are probably thinking boy that's a tough ask, and it is. These types of questions can work here but the vast majority of them will either be too broad or too specific. We can save some of them with edits but the more the OP can do to make it a better question in the first place the more helpful the answers are likely to be to them.
Second you have to make sure you provide a goal that you want to achieve. "This is my situation, what should I do?" How many hundreds of these have we seen in the last few months. They get closed usually and just as often as not end up with a lot of useless answers. Instead make sure you have a "This is my situation, I want to achieve X, how can I do that given these conditions" question. And make sure that X is in the scope of the workplace. This is not a Q&A about special needs and situations, it is about the workplace. Make sure that the context of the question is clearly in the scope of that.
Finally, try to stay out of comment wars. I struggle with this as well. But if an answer is not helpful just down vote it and move on. Questions that generate lots of comments get more attention in a bad way. Questions that are borderline are more likely to get closed if they are controversial than if they just get answers but no comment wars. When the OP of the question gets involved in comment wars I have noticed the questions tend to get closed quickly.