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April 1, 2024

Autistic Meltdowns at Work: How to Help

Featured Image by Usman Yousaf, unsplash When people usually think of autism meltdowns their minds go to little children having ‘tantrums’ and think of it as […]
March 25, 2024

How to Handle Sensory Overload at Work

Featured Image by Gustavo Fring, Pexels Working in any environment can get very stressful after a while but for people on the autism spectrum that can […]
March 4, 2024

ADHD vs ODD: Similarities & Differences

Featured Image by SHVETS production, Pexels Many individuals often endure a close connection between Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), as they […]
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 […]