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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Managers usually experience emotional burnout managing ND employees due to a lack of formal organisational support. Find out how to avoid this situation.

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Autistic professional Ashlea McKay and her manager Matthew Watkins discuss their working relationship, with practical examples.

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A visual illustration of how dyslexic adults at work struggle, unless they receive job coaching.

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A brief overview of the term "neurodiversity", for anyone who has encountered the word for the first time.

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A quick visual overview of the strengths offered by autistic employees in the workplace.

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Creatively inclined colleagues with ADHD should be paired with less creative, but organised employees in project teams, say US researchers.

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Supported by Minds at Play: NeuroWork interviewed co-founder Dwayne Fernandes and Tyran Bunt, 24, (Ty) an autistic non-binary person, at Minds at Play.

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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.

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An “ecosystem” of support from employers, coaches and employees is key to the success of autistic employees.

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Autism-specific educational manuals can be an important stand-in resource for employers without access to disability employment service providers.

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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.

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