“Neurodiversity in Culture and the Case for Neuroinclusion” Webinar

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Cultural movement of neurodiversity

 Even a decade ago, most people likely knew very little about neurodiversity.

Today, while the community still faces bias and misconceptions, we also see the rapid rise of “neuroinclusion” as a priority and talent strategy for leading employers.

In this webinar, we explore where this has all come from – and what employers need to know when it comes to the cultural landscape relating to neurodiversity in society and in employment.

 In this session we discuss:

  • What is the movement of neuroinclusion and why is it happening now?
  • What factors are contributing to more confident self-advocacy amongst the neurodistinct community?
  • What challenges and roadblocks might neurodistinct people have faced due to low cultural awareness? 
  • What is an organization’s role in social equity relating to neurodiversity and neuroinclusion?

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