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Signs of Autism in adults

Autism generally: Autism is a spectrum condition which affects how people interact and communicate with the world. According the statistics in the UK – more than one in every 100 people have Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Overt symptoms gradually begin after the age of six months, become established by age

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Working from home with Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia – Covid19

Top 15 tips of working from home as a neurodivergent person 1. Choose an absolute time to finish each day. Instead of relying on coworkers, whose packing up and leaving the office reminds you to do the same, set the alarm at the end of the day to indicate the

My gaming history - April's view on gaming and the playstation!

“There is a game for everyone!” – April shares her gaming history!

My love for games and the challenges I’ve faced… April Slocombe, our blog contributor, shares how she has enjoyed playing games and how autism has made certain games difficult! Since I was young, I have enjoyed playing various types of games, ranging from board games, to computer games and physical

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Dyspraxia hacks – our top 10

Our top 10 dyspraxia hacks! Check out our top 10 dyspraxia hacks below…   Living with dyspraxia can be challenging, but there are several hacks that can make life easier for those who have it.   1) Carry tools that inform others of your dyspraxia You can purchase dyspraxia alert

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VIDEO: Great Minds Think Different 2019!

Great Minds Think Different 2019 We hosted our annual Great Minds Think Different Event in November 2019 at Platform Southwark. The event was set up as a celebration of neurodiversity everywhere and included some amazing acts, such as Gabriela Eva, J-Rock and Kaiya Stone. Our aim was to create the

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Benefits of neurodiverse workforce are plenty - like in this image

How a neurodiverse workforce benefits your business

How having a neurodiverse workforce benefits your business Contribution by Jackielyn Blarewood Finding the right candidates to fill the job openings in your company can be a long and arduous process. You might have cast a wider net of prospective hires, though chances are that your current interview process may

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5 famous people who have dyspraxia

5 famous people that Have dyspraxia… Find out about famous people who have dyspraxia! Dyspraxia, also known as Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), is a neurodivergent condition that affects physical coordination. People who have dyspraxia may have problems with learning new skills, or some everyday tasks: getting dressed, writing, typing, drawing,

John Lennon - did he have dyslexia?

Did John Lennon have dyslexia?

Did John Lennon have dyslexia? Did the co-founder of the iconic group The Beatles, John Lennon, have dyslexia? John Lennon, forty years on from when he sadly died, is recognised as one of the most instrumental artists of our time. He has sold millions of records. Generations of people know

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