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 ...
Jodi Clements discusses her journey to diagnosis with dyscalculia, leveraging strengths and avoiding numbers.
Autistic researcher Dr Susan Hayward shares her best workplace tips: like not being afraid to negotiate, and how to network autistic-style.
How do you become an advocate for neurodivergent children after 20 years as a high school chemistry teacher? Siobhan Lamb shares her story.
Supported by Minds at Play: NeuroWork interviewed co-founder Dwayne Fernandes and Tyran Bunt, 24, (Ty) an autistic non-binary person, at Minds at Play.
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Carolyn Cage, who has ADHD, shares her portfolio of work at Neurodiversity Media to date and why she is passionate about creating content to bring inclusivity to the workplace.
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 dyslexia 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 autistic people at work.
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.
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