Consider these eight tips when training employees on how to work with and support their neurodivergent colleagues.
The Positive Impact of Neurodiversity in the Workplace: A Leader’s View
Neurodiverse employees are often misunderstood, but they bring a unique diversity of thought to the workplace that should be celebrated. Training can help raise awareness of common misconceptions around neurodiversity to drive inclusion.
Ongoing training and awareness efforts, coupled with an inclusive culture, can help companies support neurodiverse workers.
PMDojo Launches the First Product Accelerator Program That Advocates for Neurodiverse Talent to Bridge the Diversity and Hiring Gap in Tech
PMDojo announces changes to its flagship program to support individuals with various cognitive abilities.
Supporting neurodiversity should remain a key element in companies' diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives. Partnering with local advocacy organizations and other community supports can help you reach neuroinclusion.
Cognassist is taking its expertise into the working world, with a free Neurodiverity in the Workplace Masterclass and an equality, diversity and inclusion solution for neurodiversity.
How to Grow and Support Your Neurodiverse Learners: An Introduction to Neurodiversity
By investing in your neurodiverse employees, your organization will benefit from a broadened talent pool full of skilled, innovative workers.
Adaptive Training Solutions That Support the Inclusion of Workers With Autism
Training professionals can apply the concept of differentiated instruction to the design and development of training programs to be more inclusive of employees with autism.
Neurodiversity in the Workplace™ Receives $2 Million Dollar Endowment from Lisa Yang to Ensure Strong Future for Neurodiverse Hiring and Expanded Impact on Autistic Inclusion
Nonprofit consultancy Neurodiversity in the Workplace (NITW), longtime partner of Dell Technologies, SAP and other inclusive employers seeking the talents of autistic people, is expanding its reach after a generous endowment from philanthropist Lisa Yang.
If you are a large employer, you already have autistic employees, whether you know it or not. Some employers recognize the potential of this untapped workforce and have implemented autism hiring programs as part of their diversity and inclusion efforts.