'Neurodivergent People Are Misunderstood For the Way They Do Things'

Nicci Richman, a Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Consultant at Audir, spoke to Rachel Worsley about why many neurodivergent people remain misunderstood in the workplace, and what to do about this challenge.

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Survey Reveals The Voices of Autistic Women and Non-Binary People

Countless misconceptions about autism exist, particularly the traits and experiences of autistic women. Motivated to raise understanding and acceptance of our experiences, I decided to write an article.

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Why Traditional Careers Advice Doesn't Work For Neurodivergent People

Samantha Nuttall, neurodivergent founder of "The Neurodivergent Coach", shares why traditional careers advice doesn't work for neurodivergent people and how she aims to solve this problem.

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I'm Neurodivergent. Should I Disclose my Diagnosis at Work?

What are the two questions you need to ask yourself if you are prepared to disclose your diagnosis? Samantha Nuttall explains.

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​​3 Career Hacking Tips for Neurodivergent People

Neurodivergent Careers Coach Samantha Nuttall explains three career hacking tips for neurodivergent people unsure about finding the "right career" for them.

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3 Autistic Burnout Recovery Strategies [Lived Experience]

Mathew Farmakis shares his lived experience and key strategies that have helped him recover from autistic burnout.

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How a Former Police Officer with ADHD Chose To Run Her Own Business [PDF]

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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How This Hotel Chain Hired Autistic Staff [Case Study]

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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How An Autistic High School Chemistry Teacher with ADHD and Dyslexia Became an Advocate [ND@Work]

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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How a Former Police Officer with ADHD Chose To Run Her Own Business [ND@Work]

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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Autistic Actress Elinor Machen-Fortune Shares Her Story [ND@Work]

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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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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