Neurodiversity is an umbrella term.
It relates to the natural diverse ways that human brains work.
It is a term that refers to the natural differences between people
The term Neurodiversity was coined in the 1990s by Australian sociologist Judy Singer.
If your brain works differently to what is generally considered typical then you may consider yourself to be neurodivergent or a neurominority.
An estimate of 15+% of the population are thought to be neurodivergent.
This can include autistic spectrum conditions, AD(H)D, Dyslexia, DCD (Dyspraxia), Dyscalculia and Tourette’s Syndrome amongst others.
A neuroinclusive workplace is one that embraces and is inclusive of all neurotypes.
A workplace that supports their workforce getting the support they need to thrive and not just to survive is a successful workplace.
Successful by having a more content workforce, lower staff turnover, have more innovative solutions for clients and be financially more successful.