Explore Neurodiversity

Neurodiversity describes the way that people experience and interact with the world around them. Neurodiversity can include Autism, Tourettes, ADHD, Dyslexia, Aspergers, Dyspraxia and many others.

Being neurodivergent means having a brain that works differently from the average or ‘neurotypical’ person.

As a neurodivergent person’s brain works differently, they will likely have different methods of working and may benefit from extra support. It is also important to create a positive and inclusive culture within your organisations, so neurodivergent people feel comfortable and supported.

Within this category will feature articles on why neurodiversity is good for business, how companies are supporting their neurodiverse employees, support, and much more.

Elicia Boni, Technical Content Writer at Mindera, shares her neurodiversity journey and advocates for workplace inclusivity. Exploring misconceptions about autism, ADHD, and more, Elicia highlights...
Duena Blomstrom, CEO of PeopleNotTech, and author of Tech-Led Culture, shares insights into her tech journey and the essence of her impactful book. Discover the...
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Kat Snodgrass looks at practical ways that tech businesses can attract and support neurodiverse talent by improving inclusivity in their hiring processes and beyond.
Roshan Kindred, Chief Diversity Officer, PagerDuty, shares her thoughts on how firms can turn their diversity plans into action and create sustainable initiatives that will...
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