In the last ten years, we have seen increasing expectations for organisations to report on, act on, and advocate for neurodiverse individuals in their workplaces.
Many organisations want to ‘get it right’ and to unlock the unique strengths of neurodiverse talent. But they are not sure where to get started or invest significant resources with mediocre results. So, what does good practise look like?
In this session, we are joined by neurodiversity specialists Aidan Healy, CEO of Lexxic and Antony Ruck, Vice-Chair of the British Assistive Technology Association.
Through presentation, discussion and interaction with participants, we will cover;
• The neurodiversity paradigm
•How organisations can create more inclusive environments and empower neurodiverse individuals
• Good practice examples of inclusive technology
• Case studies of organisations
• Our own experiences of what works and what does not