"Neurodiversity is used to describe natural variations to the human brain. Most people are neurotypical, meaning that their brain functions in the way that society expects. 1 in 7 people are neurodivergent, meaning their brains function differently in one or more ways than is considered standard or typical. Neurodivergent people bring many strengths to the workplace including different perspectives and high levels of creativity. Some people may disclose that they are neurodiverse and others may not or be unaware of how they are presenting. Some people may forge ahead in the workplace and others will require support and adjustments in the work environment to help them overcome associated workplace challenges in order to succeed and thrive. Many adjustments can be made to create a supportive work environment tailored to the needs of neurodiverse people.
Understand the types and prevalence of neurodiversity and the positive impact neurodiversity has on the workplace. Autism and ADHD - common behaviours. Practical advice on reasonable adjustments that help create a psychologically safe and accommodating environment that enables neurodiverse people to succeed. How to prevent autism burnout."
Wellbeing Workshop has over 100 workshop topics to choose from, and not all of them are featured on our website. It can be daunting trying to select the right workshop for your team, so please get in touch if you need assistance.
We will take the time to understand the culture of your organisation, any challenges that you may be facing and where you are at on your wellbeing journey.
All our workshops offer relevant and science-backed information that is both practical and thought provoking. Content will be tailored to suit your requirements or created.
Our aim is to get your people thinking about how to better support themselves both personally and professionally. Offering support and mental wellbeing training opportunities within your organisation, will help you build a healthy workforce and positive workplace culture.
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