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How can I help my neurodiverse employees thrive?

Featured Image by Fauxels, Pexels.com There are many benefits to hiring neurodiverse people, but like everyone, each neurodiverse person has different skills and support needs in order for them to thrive. Neurodiversity covers a whole range of conditions such as autism, dyspraxia, ADHD, and dyslexia. Everyone has unique qualities that

How Do You Interview Someone Who is Neurodivergent?

Featured Image by MART PRODUCTION, Pexels.com Interviewing a neurodiverse candidate can be different from interviewing a neurotypical candidate. Find out about neurodiversity and tips on how to interview a neurodiverse person. What is a Neurodiverse Candidate? Image by August de Richelieu, Pexels.com A neurodiverse candidate is someone who has a

How Autism Affects Romantic Relationships

Featured Image by Ba Tik, Pexels.com Relationships can be confusing and complex for people on the autism spectrum. Find out more about how autism can affect relationships and some top tips for being in a relationship with someone who has autism. What is Autism? Image by Tara Winstead, Pexels.com Autism

What is the Social Model of Disability?

Featured Image by Anna Shvets, Pexels.com What is the medical model of disability and why is it problematic? The medical model of disability is a model by which illness, disability, or difference are the result of a physical condition and any disadvantages with access are a consequence of the individual’s

How to Disclose a Neurodiversity

Featured Image by Tirachard Kumtanom, Pexels.com The choice of when to disclose a disability or neurodiversity is personal and will depend on where you are in your life, your previous experiences, and what you’re trying to achieve. No one can or should tell you what to do. However, there are

What are the benefits of hiring a neurodivergent person?

Featured image by Tima Miroshnichenko, Pexels.com The term “neurodiversity” was coined in the 1990’s by a sociologist named Judy Singer. The term acknowledges that individuals experience and respond to the world in different ways; it rejects the idea that all individuals think, behave, and learn in the same way and

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10 Common Questions about Unconscious Bias

Featured image by cottonbro, Pexels.com Blog post updated on 31st January 2022 Unconscious bias occurs when social stereotypes about particular people or groups impact a person’s judgement without them realising. All organisations and teams have unconscious assumptions about different social and identity groups, influenced by individual’s backgrounds, social environments and

How is ADHD Diagnosed and How Do You Get an ADHD Diagnosis?

Featured Image by Tara Winstead, Pexels.com ADHD stands for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. ADHD affects the behaviour of an individual where they may appear restless, find it hard to concentrate at home, school or work, or they may be very impulsive in acting on these decisions. The symptoms of ADHD can