Neurodiversity: Understanding Unconscious Bias

The other day, I was fortunate enough to have a live discussion with Kesavan Kandadai, the CEO of ishield.ai – a company that does some fantastic work in the field of inclusion. As Kesavan describes it, they are the “Grammarly for inclusive language”. He invited me to...

How to be a good Neurodiversity Ally?

An ally is commonly defined as ‘someone who helps and supports other people who are part of a group that is treated badly or unfairly, although they are not themselves a member of this group.’ Therefore, becoming a Neurodiversity Ally would mean that you support...

Building a Neuroinclusive Culture in the Workplace

We all talk about Neurodiversity and the importance of implementing it in the workplace. Quite often though, we forget to mention how vital it is to have the right culture in an organization so that Neurodiversity and Neuroinclusion can be encouraged. In order to reap...
Are you truly neuroinclusive?

Are you truly neuroinclusive?

To answer that question, you must first understand what Neurodiversity is. Neurodiversity is the natural variation in how our brains think and process information. It includes a wide range of conditions like Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Tourette’s Syndrome, etc....