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How to End the Stigma of Stimming at Work

Autistic people should take the lead in educating their neurotypical work colleagues about stimming to end the stigma of stimming at work, according to new Indian research.

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How Autistic Burnout Burnt Bridges, But Built New Ones Too

Malorie Joy Feidner shares her story about how autistic burnout led to her burning bridges, but also building new ones in her career.

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Autism TikTok Videos May Be Racially Biased

Autism TikTok videos may be racially biased towards the depiction of white people, according to a researcher-led content analysis of TikTok videos.

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The Ultimate A-Z Guide for Neurodiversity at Work

New to the Resource Library? Check out this guide first to find your way around.

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How To Stop Masking at Work

If you want to stop masking in the workplace, here are some steps to consider.

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How Neurodivergent Employees Can Escape a Toxic Workplace

A toxic workplace can be particularly detrimental to neurodivergent employees, as they may have specific sensitivities and needs that are not always accommodated.

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The Surprise Downsides of Remote Work for Neurodivergent People

Remote work has been championed by neurodivergent people as a way to provide flexible working and control their home environment conditions. However, new research suggests that that it comes with downsides

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Dyslexia in the Workplace

It’s crucial to understand how dyslexic employees can be better accommodated in the workplace.

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How to Create a Psychologically Safe Workplace for Neurodivergent People

Creating psychological safety for neurodivergent employees in the workplace is crucial for promoting their well-being and enabling them to perform at their best

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How to Manage Rejection-Sensitive Dysphoria (RSD) at Work

Managing rejection-sensitive dysphoria (RSD) at work can be challenging, but there are strategies that can help individuals cope with this emotional response more effectively.

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How to Write Neurodivergent-Friendly Job Ads

Writing neurodivergent-friendly job ads involves using language and formatting that is inclusive and accessible to a wide range of candidates, including those with neurodivergent conditions.

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How to Interview a Neurodivergent Candidate

Here is a scenario-based guide to interviewing a neurodivergent candidate for managers.

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