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Laura and Clay Lewis talk about how you can start a micro-business for your autistic child and help them thrive.

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This Australian guide has been advised by a top employment lawyer in Australia and provides an overview of your rights.

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If support services were not available, policies and procedures are necessary to ensure companies take appropriate responsibility for workplace accommodations.

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Chris Hofmann, manager of DHHS, writes an opinion piece about the award-winning Rise@DHHS program in Australia.

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Judy coined the term ‘Neurodiversity’ in 1997. Read more from her conversation with Rachel Worsley.

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Public and private employers "sell themselves" to autistic jobseekers as part of Specialisterne Australia's new program. How will it work?

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An all-neurodivergent five-person panel at the Sydney Neurodiversity Symposium 2019 discusses whether a neurodivergent condition is a disability or superpower.

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The ProFound Incubator is a 12-month program that introduces neurodivergent individuals to the startup community.

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Founder and CEO Rachel Worsley discusses how her ADHD has enabled her to build a successful professional career as well as in her current entrepreneurship journey.

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A manager and employee in the Rise@DHHS program share how they have successfully navigated their working relationship.

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Visual storytelling has always been an essential form of expression. Isabelle Quigley explains how it helps her and the neurodivergent community.

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Here are some simple steps that small businesses can take to find and keep neurodivergent talent.

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