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Featured image by Tima Miroshnichenko, Pexels Work can be challenging for people with dyslexia. Find out about how dyslexia can affect people at work, if there are any advantages or benefits of dyslexic employees, if they experience workplace bias or discrimination, how dyslexia bias and discrimination can be avoided, and
Featured image by Tima Miroshnichenko, Pexels People with ADHD can find it difficult to focus at work. Find out about why they can’t focus and some top tips on how people with ADHD can find it easier to focus. The tips include setting aside time to create clear plans, writing
Featured image by Pixabay, Pexels If you have dyslexia, you might find it difficult to manage your emotions. Find out what dyslexia is, if there is a connection between dyslexia and emotional issues, if dyslexia symptoms affect people’s emotions, how dyslexia affects emotions of children and people at work, and
Featured image by Afta Putta Gunawan, Pexels People with autism can also have social anxiety. Although social anxiety and autism are similar, there are also some differences. Find out more about what social anxiety and autism are, their similarities and differences and how to tell is someone has social anxiety
Featured image by Tara Winstead, Pexels Despite popular understanding, we’ve known about ADHD for a long time. Some place its first mention as early as 1775, with German physician Melchior Weikard’s discussion of ‘attention deficit’. After this, British paediatrician George Frederic is generally credited with first identifying the condition in
Featured image by Kindel Media, Pexels Neurodiversity awareness is a crucial aspect at work for both employers and employees. Find out about what neurodiversity awareness is, and why and how to raise it. Also learn more about neurodiversity workshops, how to reach out to neurodiverse candidates during recruitment, and reasonable
Featured image by RODNAE Productions, Pexels If you live, work, study, or constantly interact with someone who’s neurodiverse, you might have noticed a few issues with them. Neurodiverse individuals often have difficulty in social interaction, communication, and sensory processing. They may also exhibit repetitive behaviours or routines as a way