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What’s The Difference Between Autism & Asperger’s Syndrome?

Featured Image by Polina Kovaleva, Pexels.com Blog post updated on 13th March 2023. Autism and asperger syndrome are similar in many ways. The World Health Organisation (WHO) now defines Asperger’s as an Autistic Spectrum Disorder. It is also commonly believed that autistic people who have “average or above average intelligence”

Building resilience against challenges for neurodivergent people at work

Building resilience against challenges

Ten ways for neurodivergent people to build resilience against challenges at work Whether it is being slow at learning new things or struggling to get to grips with a new job, there are many challenges that neurodivergent people face throughout life. These sorts of situations can sometimes affect you negatively,

ADHD Awareness Month

ADHD Awareness Month: When Is It?

Featured image by Jesper Sehested Pluslexia.com, flickr.com Blog post updated on 25th July 2022.   What is ADHD? Find out during ADHD Awareness Month…   Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterised by excessive activity, issues paying attention and issues with controlling behaviour. For ADHD Awareness Month

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5 famous people who have dyslexia

5 famous people with dyslexia   Dyslexia is a form of neurodivergence that can affect a number of things, such as: memory, organisation, reading, spelling. This can lead to dyslexic candidates believing that they are at a disadvantage. However, being dyslexic provides these famous people who have dyslexia with great

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Top 10 dyslexic hacks

Check out our top 10 dyslexic hacks Living with dyslexia can sometimes feel like the world is out to get you…with our dyslexic hacks – a top ten list of tips, tricks and apps we use every day – hopefully it can help to make your life a whole lot

Mental Health Awareness and Neurodivergence

Neurodiversity and Mental Health

Neurodivergent employees face particular challenges and often experience work-related stress:   In every workplace, there is a level of conformity. Whether that is an expectation for people to follow instructions, or an expectation for people to sit still and concentrate in noisy environments. But in every workforce, there is a

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Livescribe 3 Smartpen Review

What is a Livescribe Smartpen? The LiveScribe Pen is a smart pen that allows you to take written notes, wherever you go, which then appear on your mobile device. It is a potentially great tool for people with dyslexia or dyspraxia, but as with most assistive tech, it has some

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C-Pen Reader – review

Quick overview: The Pros – The scanning pen is a useful tool for those who struggle to read but may not be very computer savvy or whose work is more hands on. – It can aid those with dyslexia. – Another plus is the built-in dictionary that can provide definitions.