How To Unlock Potential With Neurodiverse Workplaces

How To Unlock Potential With A Neurodiverse Workplace

March 13, 2024

Benefits of a Neurodiverse Workplace The business landscape is rapidly evolving, and embracing diversity in all its forms has become a cornerstone of innovation and success. This includes cultural diversity, diversity of skills and talents, education backgrounds, and neurodiversity. Neurodiversity refers to the variation in the human brain regarding sociability, learning, attention, mood, and other

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Potential Post-Diagnosis Support Structures For Neurodivergent Children and Adults

February 1, 2024

The Power of Understanding Neurodivergence For neurodivergent individuals, an assessment may be the first step towards understanding their unique brain wiring. A diagnosis may feel like a revelation that provides context to their experiences, behaviours, and interactions with the world. “Diagnosis is the start, not the finish, of the journey” – Hayden. “On the day

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How May Autism Differ In Girls?

January 16, 2024

Signs of Autism in Women If you’re a female exploring the possibility that you might be on the autism spectrum, this article is for you. Autism, a neurodevelopmental condition characterised by differences in social interaction, communication, interests, and behaviors, is often underdiagnosed in girls and women. This is partly because traditional perceptions and studies of

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Autism at School: 10 Ways to Support Your Child

November 24, 2023

When your child is on the Autism Spectrum, navigating the school and education environment can be challenging. You may feel out of control, as you are not able to protect and support your child to the same extent as when you are at home. Tackling these challenges involves understanding your child’s unique needs and working

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Lights, Camera, Inclusion Celebrating Neurodiversity in Entertainment

Lights, Camera, Inclusion | Celebrating Neurodiversity in Entertainment

August 29, 2023

In a world where media plays a significant role in shaping our perceptions, it’s crucial to ensure that neurodiverse children see themselves accurately and positively reflected on screen. Whether it’s in books, movies, TV shows, or digital content, representation matters. In this blog, we’ll embark on a journey to explore the importance of neurodiverse representation

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Approaching Parents Kindly 10 Tips for Discussing IQ, Cognitive, and Developmental Assessments

Approaching Parents Kindly: 8 Tips for Teachers for Discussing IQ, Cognitive, and Developmental Assessments

August 14, 2023

As a teacher, you are able to witness how children behave when they are separated from their family, in a social environment where learning is a key focus. In the school environment, you may notice things that parents don’t particularly get to see. So how do you approach a family, kindly and respectfully, when you

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Empowering Neurodiverse Kids | Building Social Skills with the Secret Agent Society Program

October 6, 2021

Know a child who’s struggling to make friends or keep them? Have you seen them react quickly and strongly to a change in routine? Do they struggle with being overwhelmed by some sensory experiences? Are you concerned they might be being bullied, but not fully understanding it? Changes in routine, new friends, sensory experiences or

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Embracing Neurodiversity The Significance of Neurodiversity Celebration Week

Embracing Neurodiversity: The Significance of Neurodiversity Celebration Week

March 3, 2021

1 in 15 people are neurodivergent, which means that their brains process thoughts, learning, and other “wiring” of the brain differently to majority of the population, who are considered neurotypical. It refers to a variety of processing and learning differences – such as Autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia and dyspraxia. In schools, neurodivergent children and teenagers are more likely than other neurotypical students

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