6 facts I wish people understood about neurodiversity22nd February 2023 -
As someone with ADHD and Dyslexia, Cory shares what he wishes educators and employers knew about neurodiversity. Cory currently works in the Human Services field. Prior to this, Cory was a teacher in Canada teaching children in Pre-K to Grade 3. By sharing his experiences and insights, Cory hopes that he can help more people to understand what it’s like to be neurodivergent living in a ‘neurotypical’ world.
How to future-proof your business with neuro-inclusion14th February 2023 -
Inclusive communication matters. For us, it's personal.8th February 2023 -
We live in a diverse world. Naturally, the way we each communicate is also diverse. All of us have our own way of thinking, understanding and expressing ourselves. For some, how they communicate isn’t through personal choice, but a result of personal needs. Inclusive communication recognises this. For every organisation, it should be part of their DNA. At Texthelp, it’s at the heart of our whole organisation. In fact, it’s our core purpose. I’ll explain why.
10 business benefits that come from a neurodiverse workforce31st January 2023 -
From growing an inclusive, fair environment to driving innovation with unique perspectives, there are many ways neurodiversity strengthens any organization.
14 ways to future-proof your business with neuro-inclusion31st January 2023 -
A report from EY and Made By Dyslexia found that Dyslexic strengths align to the skills of the future (as identified by the World Economic Forum). These include visualization, creativity, cognitive flexibility, logical reasoning, complex problem solving, and more.
10 HR Leaders Make A Pledge For Disability Inclusion6th January 2023 -
1 in 3 people show unconscious bias against people with disabilities, including neurodifferences. As individuals we can all challenge our own biases. As HR leaders, you can encourage others to do the same.