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How Does Autism Affect Communication?

Featured Image by nappy, Pexels.com Many people on the autistic spectrum experience challenges in communicating with others –neurotypical or neurodivergent. These difficulties can take many forms and can potentially result in misunderstandings and difficulties working with others, as well as challenges in integration into groups and wider society. Learning more

How to Manage OCD Intrusive Thoughts

Featured Image by MART PRODUCTION, Pexels Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a neurological condition where a person experiences obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours. The obsessive thoughts a person with OCD has can be intrusive. Intrusive thoughts are distressing and unwanted. They repeatedly enter a person’s mind. The thoughts can range

Time Management Tips for Adults with ADHD

Featured image by Jeffrey Paa Kwesi Opare, Pexels In order to have a better understanding of how ADHD affects individuals’ day-to-day activities and how they may be reduced, it is important to have a bigger picture of the role ADHD plays in individuals’ lives. Hence, this article will address issues

Difference Between Tic Disorder & Tourette’s Syndrome

Featured image by Pixabay, Pexels Tic disorder and Tourette’s syndrome are two conditions that are often confused with each other. While both involve involuntary movements or sounds, they are actually quite different. Understanding the difference between the two can help with diagnosis and treatment. In this article, we will explore

How to Make Meetings More Inclusive

Featured image by Jopwell, Pexels Meetings are an essential part of workplace life. They enable employers and their employees to communicate and share information, solve problems, resolve disputes, improve performance, build teamwork, and move projects forward. However, neurodiverse employees can find meetings challenging. For example, an employee with autism may

6 Common Myths about Dyslexia

Featured image by Hasan Albari, Pexels Dyslexia is a learning difference that affects how people read, write, and spell. Characteristics of dyslexia include difficulties in phonological awareness, verbal memory, and verbal processing speed. About 1 in 10 people in the world have dyslexia. This is equal to 780 million people.

Diversity and Inclusion Activities for the Workplace

Featured Image by fauxels, Pexels Diversity and inclusion are two terms that received an increased amount of attention in the last years, especially in the organisational context. Growing consideration has been attributed to these terms to raise awareness of neurodiversity and have a better understanding of how workplaces deal with

What is the Difference Between Dyscalculia and Dyslexia

Featured Image by Alexander Grey, Pexels Dyscalculia and dyslexia are specific learning difficulties, affecting reading/writing (dyslexia) or mathematics (dyscalculia). About 5% and 10% of the UK population have dyscalculia and dyslexia (respectively). This article will discuss the main similarities, differences and comorbidity. There will also be links to dyscalculia and