Topic: neurodiversity

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6 facts I wish people understood about neurodiversity

In this blog Cory shares what it’s like to be neurodiverse living in a ‘neurotypical’ world. Discover 6 facts he wants you to know.
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Neurodiversity and the Future of Work: Shaping Tomorrow's Workplace

Texthelp's Chief People Officer Cathy Donnelly explores neurodiversity in the workplace and how inclusive workplace practices are shaping tomorrow's workplace.
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Five reasons why struggling readers benefit from using technology

The causes of reading challenges are often varied and complex. While not a silver bullet, digital tools can provide alternative methods to try with students in large, small and individual settings.
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Belongingness at work: DE&I experts share how to create a culture that promotes acceptance, inclusion & belonging

Hear 7 key thoughts from DE&I experts on creating a culture that promotes acceptance, inclusion & belonging.

Unlocking neurodiversity in the workplace

Work’s where many of us spend a big chunk of our lives. It can be a productive, stimulating place where great things happen. But it’s not without its stresses, strains and challenges that employees face daily.

How to make sure the future of blended working is bright for neurodivergent employees

In this guest blog, Lexxic explore blended working, and discover what employers can do to ensure neurodiverse individuals achieve a work-life blend.
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7 common myths about dyslexia

Discover seven common myths surrounding dyslexia to better understand people with dyslexia as we pave the way for a more inclusive future.
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3 reasons to bring disability inclusion to the mainstream: the rising, the unforeseen & the unforgettable

Beyond the moral responsibility to do so, let's take a look at the growing need to bring disability inclusion into the D&I agenda.
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10 HR Leaders Make A Pledge For Disability Inclusion

What will you do to challenge unconscious biases, and help your neurodivergent colleagues and those with disabilities, to feel more understood and welcomed in the workplace? Here's 10 pledges from HR leaders.
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How to approach disability inclusion with triple A technique

EY and Texthelp explore how to approach disability inclusion and create lasting impact.
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9 workplace inclusion questions answered - and tips from 30 DEI experts

Here, we answer 9 key questions around workplace inclusion based on advice shared by speakers at this year's Festival of Workplace Inclusion. Gain tips that'll help you revolutionize inclusion in your workplace.

14 ways to future-proof your business with neuro-inclusion

14 business leaders share one key piece of advice on how organizations can be more neuro-inclusive.
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10 business benefits that come from a neurodiverse workforce

10 business leaders share one way neurodiversity has strengthened their business.
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4 ways employers can combat stigmas surrounding neurodiversity

In this interview, Martin McKay shares how to reduce stigma around neurodiversity in the workplace.
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How to future-proof your business with neuro-inclusion

Discover 8 tips to help your business attract and retain neurodivergent talent, now and for the future.

Supporting neurodiversity in the changing world of work

In this Q&A session, we hear from Aidan Healy, CEO of Lexxic, on supporting neurodiversity in today’s evolving workplace.

Why it’s important to include neurodivergent employees & how to make your workplace more neuro-inclusive

Find out how to make your workplace more neuro-Inclusive - from Cathy Donnelly. Talking and sharing lived experiences is helpful in normalizing subjects that have traditionally been off limits. We create opportunities for people to share in a safe space and what we have found is that when one or two people share their experience, others feel much more able to open up
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Supporting autistic employees during change

In this guest blog, our friends at Auticon tell us how they support employees with Autism during times of change.