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Neurodiversity in the workplace

Just like life outside, the workplace is a hugely diverse environment. We’re all unique with our own life experiences and personal preferences. They shape how we like to work and get things done. Our differences are the reason great things happen in the workplace. And, as we celebrate the strengths that diversity can bring, we must also be proactive in our support.

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10 tips for 'going hybrid' with diversity and inclusion in mind

Gain 10 diversity and inclusion considerations for moving to a hybrid work model.

12 neurodiversity strengths that come from thinking differently

In this blog, 12 business leaders and HR professionals share with us what they think are the biggest strengths that come from thinking differently.
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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.

Free Dyslexia Font

Free Dyslexia Font - OpenDyslexic is created to help people with dyslexia.

4 types of workplace communication, and 12 tips for improvement

There are four main types of workplace communication: verbal, body, phone and written. Find out how to improve each for diverse teams.
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How can literacy software support employees with dyslexia?

Literacy software helps employees with dyslexia to overcome challenges. And empowers them to harness their unique strengths. Discover how.
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11 virtual training ideas for diverse remote teams

In this guest blog, hear from 11 thought leaders on how to keep your diverse remote teams engaged during remote training.

10 tips for creating sense of belonging in the workplace

To help employees feel a sense of belonging at work, we asked HR and business professionals this question for their insights. Here's 10 top tips.
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How to make sure the future of blended working is bright for neurodivergent employees

In this guest blog, Lexxic explore blended working, and discover what employers can do to ensure neurodiverse individuals achieve a work-life blend.
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Five reasons why struggling readers benefit from using technology

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.
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Texthelp's Own Journey to Becoming a Disability Confident Employer

Our vision here at Texthelp is of a world where difference, disability or language are no longer barriers. Couple that with our mission of wanting to help unlock everyone’s full potential through innovative technology, and it only makes sense that we get involved in the Department of Work and Pensions’ Disability Confident scheme. Whilst we’ve been committed to the scheme for some time, we’re now a proud Disability Confident Employer with our sights set on becoming a Disability Confident Leader in the near future. So, here’s a little sneak peek into our journey…

I am thankful for: Read&Write

Read & Write, aTexthelp product, is an assistive technology that has transformed the learning environment for not only students with dyslexia but English language learners and students with a myriad of literacy challenges.

Neurodiversity at work: a 360 degree view

In this guest blog, we hear from our friends at auticon on how they support their neurodiverse workforce.
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Workplace adjustments in the age of remote working

Hear from our friends at Ofcom on how they've revamped their reasonable adjustments policy with a more inclusive and sustainable approach

Supporting Dyslexia

In this guest blog, originally published by the National Police Autism Association, Texthelper Janice McClelland offers advice on how to be more dyslexia-friendly and connect with existing staff. Read it now.
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12 ways the workforce will change

Twelve thought leaders weigh in on how they think the workforce will change once we’re 'back to normal'.
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Is your workplace adjustments process supporting employees to adapt to change?

In this guest blog we hear from Rachel Billington from the Met Police on how they're improving their workplace adjustments process to support employees to adapt to change

4 ways the policing community are making a difference in diversity & inclusion

In this blog, hear how four policing organisations are making a difference in the diversity and inclusion space.
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Why your workplace needs a dash of Autism

Neurodiverse conditions are a part of human diversity with each making the world a more interesting and unique place to be. Those with Autism experience the world differently and offer original concepts of shared experiences.