Diverse minds, inclusive solutions: Tools to unlock all potential

20% of people worldwide have a neurodiverse condition such as Dyslexia, Autism, ADHD and Dyspraxia….. but 76% won't fully disclose this at work. Not everyone feels comfortable and confident to reveal this part of themselves in the workplace. With this in mind, how can we empower every piece of our employees personality and potential to shine?

In this webinar, you'll hear from two leading inclusion experts. They will discuss the value neurodivergent thinking brings to the workplace and how to support and empower employees using Read&Write, Texthelp's inclusive technology toolbar.

What you'll gain...

During this 45 minute webinar you'll learn how Read&Write helps you to:

  • Learn how inclusive tools can power the potential of neurodiverse teams - we explore how Read&Write for Work helps.
  • Discover how to harness the power of technology where employees feel seen and understood.
  • Use Inclusive technology that supports neurodivergent employees, multi-lingual teams and anyone who might may have low literacy. Discover the role of technology when it comes to disability inclusion.

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A note on accessibility: This webinar includes live captions and by signing up you will receive the recording to view in your own time. If you have any additional accessibility requirements please contact l.battles@texthelp.com.

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You’ll also receive webinar slides, free guides, and more.

Meet the speakers

Chris Grous, Workplace Inclusion Lead

Chris supports senior people leaders on their diversity, inclusion and accessibility journey. Passionate about promoting equality and creating opportunity for all, Chris believes in a world where difference, disability or language are no longer barriers.

Nicola Warnock, Regional Customer Account Manager and Accessibility and Inclusion Specialist

Nicola works closely with businesses in the UK to power their diversity, equity & inclusion strategies and helps to create truly inclusive workplaces where neurodivergence is celebrated and everyone thrives. She is passionate about unlocking barriers in the workplace that empower staff and businesses to achieve more.