Category Archives: Neurodiversity

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Featured Neurodiversity

Understanding The Language of Neurodiversity

The term neurodiversity has been growing exponentially over the last year or so. For good reason. More people…

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Mind Mapping Neurodiversity

How to move beyond idea creation in mind maps

Ideas without action are like expensive cars without any fuel… pretty, but not helpful in getting you where…

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Featured Neurodiversity Uncategorized

Neurodivergent Icons… in Mind Maps

It’s no secret that our differences are what make us special. Whether it’s your personal style, talents, or…

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Featured Neurodiversity

Techniques which talk to neurodivergent brains

For too long, neurodivergent individuals were misunderstood and underrepresented in the media. Once upon a time (and sadly, still on occasion today) neurological differences were wrongly interpreted as something which limited an individual. Of course, we now know that is far from the truth.

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Neurodiversity

Neuro “what”? How to make people see and understand neurodiversity

Charles Kettering once said: “Knowing is not understanding… you can know a lot about something and not really understand it.” This is an important distinction when it comes to neurodiversity because knowing about neurodivergence is not enough, it needs to be truly understood in order for there to be real representation, empathy and inclusion in the workplace.

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Education and Learning Neurodiversity

Review: neurodiversity in education in 2022

Education makes up the foundation of modern society. From our earliest years right through to secondary school, sixth form and – if chosen – higher education, learning is a continual and ongoing process. It is our education which enables us to act as informed moral citizens who are curious about the world around us and eager to grow and succeed in the future.

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Neurodiversity

Why neuro-inclusive workplaces are beneficial for everyone

In matters of workplace diversity and innovation, neuro-inclusivity is often overlooked or forgotten. For those not familiar with the term, neuro-inclusivity refers to a workplace where employees with a range of neurological differences are accepted and integrated into daily working life.

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Ayoa Neurodiversity

Tips for creating a more inclusive workplace

Work teams are at their best when everyone feels comfortable. Making your workplace more inclusive is a great and important way of empowering your employees so that everyone feels comfortable and able to work at their best.

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Ayoa Case Studies Featured Neurodiversity

Inclusively making creativity accessible to all – Case study with C-HQ

Creativity is often perceived as an elusive property, having to be “summoned” or being deemed impossible to “conjure”…

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Neurodiversity

Understanding and Supporting ADHD in the Workplace

ADHD (Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder) is a neurological difference which is frequently misunderstood. People even use the term, incorrectly, as shorthand for wild or disruptive behavior. The language we use matters, and this flippant misapplication of ADHD can lead to damaging and inaccurate stereotypes.

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Ayoa Neurodiversity

4 signs your organization needs an inclusive work management platform

Some workplace things are simple. You run out of sticky notes? Order more sticky notes. Light bulbs gone…

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Lifestyle Neurodiversity

World Dyslexia Awareness Day 2021 – Everything you need to know

In the UK, roughly 10% of the population is dyslexic – and that same percentage is fairly consistent…

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