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These articles cover topics related to neurodiversity in the workplace. Content is carefully curated for your easy reference and understanding.

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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...

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Are we truly inclusive as a society?

Are we truly inclusive as a society?

“We don’t see the world as it is, we see it as WE are” – Anais Lin. I love this quote because I can resonate with it on so many levels. It can be applied to anything in your life to give you a different perspective. Now imagine a neurodivergent trying to communicate...

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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....

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Neuroinclusion – Be the change.

Neuroinclusion – Be the change.

Workplaces are typically built for neurotypical conformity and are ill-equipped for neurodivergence. This means that many work environments and practices do not support neurodiverse employees. Due to the lack of awareness and knowledge surrounding neurodiversity, many...

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Neurodiversity and the Pareto Principle.

Neurodiversity and the Pareto Principle.

In the late 19th century, Italian economist, Vilfredo Pareto, noticed that 80 percent of the pea pod harvest from his garden came from 20 percent of his pea plants. He later calculated that 20% of Italians controlled 80% of the country’s wealth. This phenomenon, also...

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