Blog #Dyspraxia


What are the two questions you need to ask yourself if you are prepared to disclose your diagnosis? Samantha Nuttall explains.

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Neurodivergent Careers Coach Samantha Nuttall explains three career hacking tips for neurodivergent people unsure about finding the "right career" for them.

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Mathew Farmakis shares his lived experience and key strategies that have helped him recover from autistic burnout.

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Wondering where the word 'neurodiversity' came from? We share the origin of the term coined by Australian social scientist Judy Singer.

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Sydney-based freelance journalist Gina Flaxman discovered her dyspraxia at the age of 38. She explains her struggle in finding answers and how she focuses on her strengths.

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Neurodivergent people face many obstacles with accommodations and awareness, but once in a while, we can laugh at ourselves. Here are our top 10 social media memes.

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Resource Library members share their stories on why they joined:

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Should you disclose in the workplace that you are neurodivergent? It's not always black and white, that's why we've shared some tips on things to consider.

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Business leaders are key to fostering neurodiversity in the workplace. Here are our top tips.

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Neurodiversity dates back to 1998, to an Australian sociologist called Judy Singer.

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Small businesses don't have to miss out on neurodivergent talent. Here's some tips on how to manage it.

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Researchers say that employers should be aware of this risk.

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