Neurodiverse inclusion: how to get it right

✔️ Neurodiverse inclusion – how to get it right. 🙌 When you’re inclusive, you’re part of a culture that supports and celebrates those who are different, and allows everyone to bring their authentic self to work. 🚶 By reading this, you’ve already taken the first step. Here are 3 tips to support you on yourContinue reading “Neurodiverse inclusion: how to get it right”

Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2022

I wrote 5 articles on neurodiversity for Neurodiversity Celebration Week. Here they all are. 6 mistakes you’re making when it comes to inclusion (and how to avoid them) Taking neurodiversity seriously is essential to the future of work Aren’t we all on the spectrum? Why productivity is so important in the inclusion conversation Autism inContinue reading “Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2022”

Famous autistic women

In any list of famous autistic people, or autistic celebrities, most of the entries are men. Autistic women are less likely to be diagnosed, and are under-represented. Here’s a list of famous autistic women. I’ve included trans women and nonbinary people, LGBTQAI+ women, and women of different races and cultural backgrounds (although there are stillContinue reading “Famous autistic women”

Systemic inclusion – and how it helps everyone

Systemic inclusion is removing barriers that prevent people accessing what they need. That might be a service, a workplace, or even the job itself. I use it here in the context of neurodiversity. How can you implement systemic inclusion so that people with ADHD, autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia or dyscalculia can access what you need? TheContinue reading “Systemic inclusion – and how it helps everyone”