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Did you know that one in five people is neurodivergent? Neurodiversity refers to differences in the human brain relating to emotions, learning, mood, attention and development. It includes conditions like autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia and dyspraxia. Sometimes, these differences are so subtle that they seem ‘invisible’. However, small changes in how you communicate with your colleagues, customers and suppliers can make a massive difference.

Many companies like Microsoft highly value and actively seek neurodivergent talents for their out-of-the-box thinking and unique problem-solving skills.


Diversity & Inclusion around the world

The story of Carlene Jackson, who turned dyslexic challenges into an advantage, became an entrepreneur, and launched a successful tech organisation

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Let’s talk about ADHD @ Work


It’s estimated that up to 4-6% of your co-workers have ADHD, so chances are quite high that you work with someone that may have this neurodiversity....

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Microsoft resources

Neurodiversity - Language and communication based challenges.

Presentation deck from Michael Vermeersch, Digital Inclusion Lead, Chair Microsoft UK Disability Employee Resource Group

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Talk Track for Neurodiversity - language and communication based challenges.

Notes to accompany presentation deck from Michael Vermeersch, Digital Inclusion Lead, Chair Microsoft UK Disability Employee Resource Group

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Other resources

British Dyslexia Association

British Dyslexia Association (BDA)

Showcasing the ND Workplace

This document has been written by BDA to describe clearly how to embrace Neuro Diversity at a strategic level, with examples showcasing employers who have already put inclusive, ND friendly practices into effect.

If you jump to page 4 has a section on “What Dyslexia Friendly Employers are doing” which covers:

Culture • Infrastructure • Recruitment • Induction

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Dyslexia style guide

Creating Dyslexia friendly content and written communications.

Dyslexia and Working From Home

Practical advice for employers to consider.


IAMCP Discovery in Perspective ‘A Journey Along the Spectrum’

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