Neurodivergent people think, work and learn in ways that are truly unique. We’re championing a world where neurodivergence is celebrated, where every person has the chance to feel seen and understood, allowing every piece of their personality and potential to shine.
Q. Did you know that around 20% of people worldwide are neurodivergent? And that 76% won't fully disclose this at work.
Neurodivergent people see and experience the world in a different way compared to the majority of people, who are neurotypical.
While these individuals may face personal challenges in some areas, they also bring incredible strengths to the table. When they are provided with the right environment and support, neurodivergent people can enhance an organization's ability to innovate and solve problems.
Sage taught themselves to read at 3 years old. They’re also a small business owner whose creativity, empathy, and self-awareness helps their business to flourish.
Sage also has Autism and ADHD. Parts of their personality which they believe leads to their biggest strengths. Sage feels that when businesses understand, celebrate, and accommodate neurodivergence, there’s no limit to what can be achieved.
Eva is fluent in 5 languages. She is also a talented musician and a successful social media marketer. Her biggest strengths are being resilient, creative, reliable, and able to work well under pressure.
Eva also has dyslexia and ADHD. Eva believes she shines best when the people around her understand and consider neurodiversity.
Cathy Donnelly, CPO of Texthelp, discusses how we can create more welcoming and inclusive environments at work for people who are neurodivergent.Gain advice from Cathy
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One key advantage of embracing neurodiversity in the workforce is the ability to tap into a wider talent pool. 93% of neurodivergent employees would be more likely to apply or continue to work for a company that supports neurodivergent employees well.
The modern workplace can be challenging for many people, but it can be particularly difficult for those with neurodivergent conditions such as ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia. By valuing and accommodating neurodivergence, companies can unlock the full potential of their workforce and drive sustained business success.
Peter launched his last company in just 5 hours. He also wrote a book in just 34 hours. As a successful entrepreneur and author he credits the majority, if not all, of his successes to his neurodiversity.
As a CEO with ADHD and dyslexia, Peter believes that when businesses are not neurodivergent friendly, they lose out on creativity, new ideas, and ways to grow their company.
Kaneez is incredibly perceptive. As a professor, she has the creative ability to meet her students where they are, so they can reach their full potential their way.
Kaneez also has ADHD. Kaneez believes that when we empower people to be who they are, we empower them to become their best selves. For companies, this leads to a thriving workforce.
Martin McKay, CEO of Texthelp, gives his thoughts on how specialized software, tailored to different thinking and learning styles, can enhance productivity and confidence.Hear from Martin
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At Texthelp, we believe that the ability to connect and engage with each other is critical to being understood. And that understanding is the foundation of a culture of inclusion and belonging.
That's why we design digital tools to help each person confidently understand the world around them, and to be understood by others. Our tools have already helped over 200m people. We're ready to help millions more.
Reading and writing tools to empower all employees to think, learn and work to their full potential. Powering your DEI program, making it easier to attract from a wider talent pool and retain diverse talent.
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92% of employed people with a disability or neurodiversity say that inclusive technology helps them to work faster or better.
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Chris would love to chat with you about your current inclusion practices, and share how we can help you make a bigger impact on your organization.
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Business Development Director