In partnership with Xceptional Testing, Neurodiversity Media covers the story of Maria, an autistic professional who thrives at work despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
There's a good chance that people eating yellow cupcakes at morning teas across Australia will be on the verge of autistic burnout, and no one is seeing the signs, writes Rachel Worsley.
Australian adults with ADHD have named employment as the top priority focus area for increased awareness and understanding of the condition.
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".
How do you become an advocate for neurodivergent children after 20 years as a high school chemistry teacher? Siobhan Lamb shares her story.
A visual journey of how one anonymous autistic woman struggled without the right workplace accommodations in her job.
In collaboration with ADHD Australia, Neurodiversity Media has produced a factsheet on practical strategies to thrive at work with ADHD.
I couldn't sit through a feature-length movie but it never clicked I had ADHD, writes Carolyn Cage.
In collaboration with ADHD Australia, Neurodiversity Media has produced a practical factsheet outlining the disclosure process for someone with ADHD.
Billie Eilish is a singer who has Tourette's. But what is it really like to live with Tourette's?
Rachel Worsley and Ewan Hanbury-Brown discuss the most common accommodations for ADHD in the Workplace
Share this infographic for anyone based in Australia.
Small businesses don't have to miss out on neurodivergent talent. Here's some tips on how to manage it.
Hunter Hansen, a business analyst at a large technology company, talks about how people champion his strengths in the workplace.
Business leaders are key to fostering neurodiversity in the workplace. Here are our top tips.
In this episode of the NeuroWork Pod, Carly Godden examines a series of US studies looking into ADHD and project management.
Dyslexic leaders have particular strengths that can be an asset in the workplace.
Your ADHD can be an asset in the workplace. Find out how.
Autism-specific educational manuals can be an important stand-in resource for employers without access to disability employment service providers.
They are more likely to struggle with interpersonal skills compared with their neurotypical counterparts.
An “ecosystem” of support from employers, coaches and employees is key to the success of autistic employees.
Coaching sessions may overlook legitimate challenges, such as time management and organisation.
Workplace conditions can block or support the inclusion of their autistic staff just as much as their personal traits.
Workplaces need to provide adequate training and support to avoid a drop in employee productivity.
US researchers suggest this arrangement will foster innovation while keeping the project on track.
Identifying strategies for emotional wellbeing will help build confidence, say UK researchers.
The researchers suggest the ‘Neurodiversity-Smart’ Human Resources framework can be applied in most businesses.
Providing specialised career guidance and tailoring employment programs can help autistic women flourish at work.
The Israeli study of 11 women sheds light on key strategies that allowed them to succeed in the workplace.
Researchers say that employers should be aware of this risk.
UK researchers have published the first expert consensus statement on the management of autism and ADHD seven years after psychiatrists formally recognised the co-occurrence of both conditions.
There is a wide range of experiences to be tracked in order to understand the scope of the problem that is unemployment among neurodivergent people.
If support services were not available, policies and procedures are necessary to ensure companies take appropriate responsibility for workplace accommodations.
Laura and Clay Lewis talk about how you can start a micro-business for your autistic child and help them thrive.
Founder and CEO Rachel Worsley outlines how storytelling is key to changing the structural biases, stereotypes and misplaced narratives about neurodiversity.
This Australian guide has been advised by a top employment lawyer in Australia and provides an overview of your rights.
Public and private employers "sell themselves" to autistic jobseekers as part of Specialisterne Australia's new program. How will it work?
A manager and employee in the Rise@DHHS program share how they have successfully navigated their working relationship.
The ProFound Incubator is a 12-month program that introduces neurodivergent individuals to the startup community.
Managing director of auticon Australia, talks about the emergence of auticon Australia to help address the low unemployment rate amongst autistic people.
Will Wheeler discusses how his dyslexia helps him kick goals, and why he is teaching businesses to embrace dyslexic leadership.
Bliss Cavanagh discusses art, her PhD research and improving the wellbeing of society through her multi-sensory art installations.
Andrew Williams from IBM suggests starting with a pilot program before developing a global business case.
Mike Tozer from Xceptional Testing explains why job skill matching and redesigning recruitment can create sustainable careers for autistic individuals.
Here are some simple steps that small businesses can take to find and keep neurodivergent talent.
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.
The program aimed to remove barriers faced by autistic adults when seeking employment, but may have created some unexpected new ones.
Visual storytelling has always been an essential form of expression. Isabelle Quigley explains how it helps her and the neurodivergent community.
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.
Samantha Nuttall discusses why she is breaking the professional silence about ADHD at work and shares her tips on finding a supportive workplace.
Jodi Clements discusses her journey to diagnosis with dyscalculia, leveraging strengths and avoiding numbers.
Kayla Sirrell discusses why she wants to be a famous singer and create jobs for other people with disabilities.
An all-neurodivergent five-person panel at the Sydney Neurodiversity Symposium 2019 discusses whether a neurodivergent condition is a disability or superpower.
Chris Hofmann, manager of DHHS, writes an opinion piece about the award-winning Rise@DHHS program in Australia.
Shae Wissell, founder of the Australian-based Dear Dyslexic Foundation, shares her story about being diagnosed with dyslexia and how she tackles workplace discrimination.
Judy coined the term ‘Neurodiversity’ in 1997. Read more from her conversation with Rachel Worsley.
Autistic leaders don't get the support that they need because of stigma. Rachel Worsley shares the latest research and her personal story of leadership.
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