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EDI XII: A 12-part series to help estates and facilities colleagues get up to speed on their equality, diversity and inclusion professional practice
Session 6: Neurodiversity Inclusion
Time: 12pm - 1pm
“Neurodiversity refers to the virtually infinite neuro-cognitive variability within Earth’s human population. It points to the fact that every human has a unique nervous system with a unique combination of abilities and needs.” (Judy Singer, 1997)
People’s brains work in many different ways. Neurodiversity as a concept helps us to see this difference as a natural part of humanity and moves us away from stigmatising disability. Neurodiversity was originally coined to describe autistic people, but usage has broadened to include ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, Tourette’s syndrome, and chronic mental health conditions such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
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Tagged : EDI, Strategy, Professional Development
Type : Training
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