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In this guest blog, Lexxic explore blended working, and discover what employers can do to ensure neurodiverse individuals achieve a work-life blend.
The causes of reading challenges are often varied and complex. While not a silver bullet, digital tools can provide alternative methods to try with students in large, small and individual settings.
Belongingness at work: DE&I experts share how to create a culture that promotes acceptance, inclusion & belonging
Hear 7 key thoughts from DE&I experts on creating a culture that promotes acceptance, inclusion & belonging.
Gain key insights from JFFLabs, Texthelp, Accenture and BigSpring.
Discover 8 tips to help your business attract and retain neurodivergent talent, now and for the future.
Here, we answer 9 key questions around workplace inclusion based on advice shared by speakers at this year's Festival of Workplace Inclusion. Gain tips that'll help you revolutionize inclusion in your workplace.
In this Q&A session, we hear from Aidan Healy, CEO of Lexxic, on supporting neurodiversity in today’s evolving workplace.
Why it’s important to include neurodivergent employees & how to make your workplace more neuro-inclusive
Find out how to make your workplace more neuro-Inclusive - from Cathy Donnelly. Talking and sharing lived experiences is helpful in normalizing subjects that have traditionally been off limits. We create opportunities for people to share in a safe space and what we have found is that when one or two people share their experience, others feel much more able to open up
In a recent discussion, Texthelp, EY and SAP explored how to unlock the value of neurodiversity. But, what does it mean to ‘unlock the value of neurodiversity?’ Here, we answer that question while highlighting some key insights from the discussion.
On 25 & 26 October, our virtual Festival of Workplace Inclusion will be back. As the second of its kind, it’s become an annual event exploring inclusion for neurodivergent, disabled & multilingual employees, and beyond!
Discover our key takeaways from our back to school conference: Guide to The Future of Education: Lessons from the EDU Time machine.
October is Dyslexia Awareness Month, and this year, we are excited to be a part of the global community that is Going Red for Dyslexia. As the most common cause of reading, writing and spelling difficulties, we are dedicated to providing dyslexic individuals with the tools they need to break down barriers and unlock their full potential.
In this blog we identify 7 ways to help you support neurodiverse employees working from home.
We’re pleased to announce our recent partnership with Lexxic, an occupational psychology consultancy that specialises in neurodiversity in the workplace. Together, we’re on a mission to help organisations empower neurodiverse employees and make the workplace more inclusive for everyone!
In this blog Cory shares what it’s like to be neurodiverse living in a ‘neurotypical’ world. Discover 6 facts he wants you to know.