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Why Train?

Neurodiversity describes how there are a range of differences in how a person’s brain and cognition function, therefore recognising that we are all different in how our brain processes, learns, and behaves. Neurodiversity encompasses both neurotypical and neurodivergent. Neurotypical means the person has typical neurological development or function whereas neurodivergent describes someone who has brain and cognitive function that is not considered ‘typical’. This would include someone who has autism, dyslexia, ADHD and similar medical conditions.

Traditionally, employers would consider diversity generally in the context of race, sex, religion, or someone’s sexual orientation for instance, but now with greater information available on neurodivergent conditions such as those above examples, it is equally important to ensure that a neurodiverse workforce is also supported.

Accommodating neurodivergent employees brings multiple benefits for organisations. It allows them to tap into a larger pool of talent and create a workplace that is inclusive and supportive of everyone, which in turn can drive increased engagement, innovation and productivity.  

Bespoke Training

Christina has developed a Neurodiversity Training Programme which can be delivered into your company either online or face to face. She can tailor the programme to your company, and address specific questions you may have as a company.

The training is 4 hours long and includes the following sessions:

It educates participants about different neurodivergent conditions like autism, ADHD and dyslexia, reducing stigma and fostering empathy.

It emphasises the importance of accommodating neurodivergent individuals by providing strategies for reasonable adjustments in the workplace.

The training addresses common misconceptions and biases related to neurodiversity and offers guidance on effective communication and collaboration with neurodivergent colleagues. It also highlights legal requirements for accommodations and ethical considerations.

Ultimately, neurodiversity training is designed to create a more inclusive and accepting workplace culture that leverages the unique strengths and talents of neurodivergent individuals, leading to a more diverse and innovative workforce.

The training also address the Legal Considerations. In some instances, the nature of the condition can qualify as a disability for the purpose of the Equality Act 2010. Christina can work with companies to ensure they are compliant.

Would you or your company benefit from Neurodiversity training?

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