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March 3, 2024

How to Be a Neuro-Inclusive Leader

Featured Image by fauxels, Pexels Neuro-inclusive leaders prioritise understanding and accommodating diverse neurological needs, fostering an inclusive environment where everyone can thrive. This article will explain […]
March 1, 2024

How to Create Dyslexia-Friendly Powerpoints

Featured Image by LinkedIn Sales Navigator, Pexels This article will discuss several aspects of creating dyslexia-friendly PowerPoint presentations by prioritising accessibility, comprehension, and inclusivity. By paying […]
February 28, 2024

Why Do Autistic People Dislike Phone Calls?

Featured Image by Yogendra Singh, Pexels For many people, phone calls are straightforward ways to communicate. People with autism, however, can find using the phone challenging. […]
February 26, 2024

Why is Eye Contact Difficult for Autistic People?

Featured Image by Noelle Otto, Pexels While eye contact is an essential part of communication, many autistic people can find it difficult. Find out why eye […]
February 25, 2024

ADHD Reasonable Workplace Adjustments

Featured Image by energepic.com, Pexels Clattering keyboards, ringing phones, constant distractions, sleeplessness, flying time. These might sound like minor annoyances in a typical workday, but for […]
February 23, 2024

Dyspraxia vs Apraxia: what’s the difference?

Featured Image by Valeria November, Pexels This article will discuss the definitions of dyspraxia and apraxia, the main difference between them, and several aspects such as […]
February 21, 2024

How to Support an Employee with Social Anxiety

Featured Image by MART PRODUCTION, Pexels Fostering an inclusive and supportive environment in the workplace is crucial for the mental well-being of employees. One often overlooked […]
February 19, 2024

Autism in Women: Key Signs of Undiagnosed Autism in Females

Featured Image by juan mendez, Pexels Why can autism be diagnosed late in women? It’s concerning that a striking 80% of women remain undiagnosed with autism […]