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Five Characteristics of a Neurodiverse-Friendly Workplace

All business owners should be working towards a world where all people, whether they have neurodiversity or not, can live their lives to the fullest. Here are five characteristics that your business needs to exhibit to become a neurodiverse-friendly workplace. 

In today’s business environment, there are some nasty businesses out there as well some great businesses. Anyone who is in business, whether you have a connection to neurodiversity or not, should be interested in Continue reading

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6 Recommendations Employers Should be Aware of When Managing Employees with ADHD

Many aspects of employment pose a challenge to people with ADHD. The characteristics of good performance at work include: good time management, ability to self-organize, good problem-solving ability, ability to concentrate, self-motivation, and the ability to delay gratification in the pursuit of long-term goals and rewards.

People with ADHD are impaired in the part of the brain that controls executive functions that enables us to perform effectively. People with ADHD have problems with occupational functioning. Continue reading

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Four Ways Employers Can Support Neurodiversity at Work

With unemployment at historic lows, employers for the first time in history, have more jobs to fill than candidates to fill them. As a result, some companies are beginning to open their eyes to an untapped part of the labor market. That is those with neurodiversity.

Neurodiversity is a relatively new umbrella term that encompasses people who have dyslexia, autism, ADHD, dyspraxia and other neurological conditions. These are “spectrum” conditions, with a wide range of Continue reading

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