Blog #ND@Work


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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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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Brendan Raymond shares his career journey and his tips for other autistic people to pursue their creative side.

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Autistic business analyst Hunter Hansen may be best known on social media for his YouTube vlog “The Life Autistic”, but did you know he once wanted to be a game show host?

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How do you become an advocate for neurodivergent children after 20 years as a high school chemistry teacher? Siobhan Lamb shares her story.

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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. She speaks to NeuroWork about living life "with the lid off".

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Shae Wissell, founder of the Australian-based Dear Dyslexic Foundation, shares her story about being diagnosed with dyslexia and how she tackles workplace discrimination.

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Autistic actress Elinor Machen-Fortune chats to us about her work, challenging people’s perceptions of autism and not being afraid to ask for what you need.

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Hayley Elford explains the challenges of university, working in schools and explaining her tics to her students.

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Bliss Cavanagh discusses art, her PhD research and improving the wellbeing of society through her multi-sensory art installations.

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