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How To Find Inclusive Employers?

Jul02
  Do you have a form of neurodivergence, but want to know which employers would happily recruit you? Our tips should help you out.   Key accreditations for inclusive employers   The Inclusive Employers website has a page about “six areas of inclusion and diversity” in form of the six

Does Lionel Messi Have Autism?

Jun29
   Lionel Messi is a professional footballer from Argentina. He plays for both the international teams of Argentina and Barcelona. There have been discussions as to whether he has autism or not.   In 2013, the former footballer and current politician Romario referred to an article that suggested Messi suffered

Top 10 Tips for Someone with AD(H)D

Jun26
1. Use a digital calendar or physical planner These can help you keep track of appointments and deadlines of assignments whether you are working or studying. You can also set up automatic reminders for scheduled events.   2. Plan time for organising your desk if you are at work We

What is Dyscalculia?

Jun23
  Dyscalculia is a stem from dyslexia where a person has trouble with numeracy, arithmetic and mathematical concepts.   People with dyscalculia may experience the following:   Difficulty with planning, scheduling and being on time Finding it hard to recognise digits Having trouble with placing values Difficulty with following timetables

What to Do If You Think You Are Neurodivergent

Jun18
    Have you ever struggled with reading and writing? Do you often find that you are clumsy? Do you find it hard to cope with crowds, bright lights, loud, sudden noises or social situations? Do you find it hard to focus or keep still? If you answered yes to

Signs of Autism in adults

Jun15
  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

Review of Joyner Lucas’s ADHD Album

Jun10
Introduction   Joyner Lucas is an American Rapper. He was diagnosed with ADHD as a child and his debut album entitled ‘ADHD’ was released on 27th March 2020.   Here is a track by track review of each song on the album and how they refer to ADHD where appropriate:

What is Verbal Dyspraxia?

Jun08
  Verbal dyspraxia is a type of dyspraxia that can affect a person’s speech. Different terms for it include developmental verbal dyspraxia (DVD) childhood apraxia for speech (CAS – apraxia is another term for dyspraxia) or developmental apraxia of speech (DAS).   This disorder can show when a child is

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