The Origins of Neurodiversity [Infographic]

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

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How to Employ Neurodivergent Talent as a Small Business [Infographic]

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

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22 Statistics About Neurodiversity and Employment That You May Not Know [Factsheet]

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.

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The Origins and Evolution of Neurodiversity

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

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Neurodiversity Movement: Making Progress But Still Work To Be Done

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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Australian-first Incubator for Neurodivergent Entrepreneurs Kicks Off [Article] - Copy

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

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Why Neurodiversity Needs Visual Storytelling

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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How to Employ Neurodivergent Talent if You're A Small Business [Guide]

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

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How to Build a Business Case for Neurodiverse Recruitment [Guide]

Andrew Williams from IBM suggests starting with a pilot program before developing a global business case.

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