Lemon Tree Hotel’s award-winning diversity employment program employs neurodivergent staff. This case study sheds light on accommodations, supports and approaches.
Content Warning: mention of suicide, suicidal ideation and depression. Founder and CEO Rachel Worsley shares her story of overcoming childhood trauma that has shaped her approach to developing the ...
Kayla Sirrell discusses why she wants to be a famous singer and create jobs for other people with disabilities.
Caroline Turner was diagnosed with ADHD in 2019. She moved from the police force into starting her own business, Creased Puddle. She speaks to NeuroWork about living life "with the lid off".
Shae Wissell, founder of the Australian-based Dear Dyslexic Foundation, shares her story about being diagnosed with dyslexia and how she tackles workplace discrimination.
Workplaces need to provide adequate training and support to avoid a drop in employee productivity.
Autistic professional Ashlea McKay and her manager Matthew Watkins discuss their working relationship, with practical examples.
Following from our popular 10 Memes That'll Make You Laugh or Cry if You're Neurodivergent at Work article, we decided to dedicate one to ADHD. They say humour is the best medicine after all!
Our regularly updated and curated text toolkit hosts all our visual resources, plus some Pro-Exclusive resources, directly relevant to employers for working with autistic people at work.
Our regularly updated and curated visual toolkit hosts all our visual resources, plus some Pro-Exclusive resources, directly relevant to employers for working with people with ADHD.
Our regularly updated and curated text toolkit hosts all our visual resources, plus some Pro-Exclusive resources, directly relevant to employers for working with people with ADHD at work.
Emily, engineer with ADHD
Tejaswi, autistic, queer woman
Cheng, ADHD woman and parent to ADHD kids
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