Blog #Lived Experiences


Rachel Worsley analyses a peer-reviewed study about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander views on autism to shed insight as part of NAIDOC Week 2021.

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Samantha Nuttall discusses why she is breaking the professional silence about ADHD at work and shares her tips on finding a supportive workplace.

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Jodi Clements discusses her journey to diagnosis with dyscalculia, leveraging strengths and avoiding numbers.

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Kayla Sirrell discusses why she wants to be a famous singer and create jobs for other people with disabilities.

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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!

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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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Caroline Turner was diagnosed with ADHD in 2019. She moved from the police force into starting her own business, Creased Puddle. This is her story.

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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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Autistic researcher Dr Susan Hayward shares her best workplace tips: like not being afraid to negotiate, and how to network autistic-style.

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Ewan Hanbury-Brown shares top strategies and examples of workplace accommodations for ADHD that managers can provide to help their ADHD employees succeed.

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Lemon Tree Hotel’s award-winning diversity employment program employs neurodivergent staff. This case study sheds light on accommodations, supports and approaches.

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