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Belonging & neurodiversity

Below are the best resources we could find on Belonging and neurodiversity.

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When Disabled and Neurodiverse People Truly Belong, Everyone Benefits

Where does your organisation sit in relation to disability and neurodiversity on the Belonging Continuum?

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Short Films About Mental Health—Neurodiversity

Short Films About Mental Health is a series of videos made with young people who use mental health services at Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.

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Same But Different

Actress and activist Holly Robinson Peete pairs with her twins in this narrative about the challenges and triumphs of being a teen who has autism and the effects on family, school, friends, and life. Being a teen is hard enough.

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Growing Up Queer with Asperger’s

My story differs from many others who grow up with a developmental disorder, because at the same time, I was also finding my way as a young gay man.

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The Power of Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Let’s help people believe in their strengths and be able to fly . . . Kate Gilbert (Workplace Strategy Coach and Trainer), Liam Pettit (Matchware) and our own texthelpers share their perspectives on neurodiversity in the workplace and explain why you need neurodiverse people on board.

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We’re Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation

“This book is a message from autistic people to their parents, friends, teachers, coworkers and doctors showing what life is like on the spectrum. It’s also my love letter to autistic people.

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Understanding the Neurodivergent Perspective

What’s it like to live in a body and brain that functions differently than the majority of your peers? We are not talking about subtle differences—as always exist between any two minds—but rather those individuals who possess an entire mental processing system that is metaphorically blind to much...

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Trauma, Stigma, and Autism: Developing Resilience and Loosening the Grip of Shame

This book presents ground-breaking ideas based on current research on how stigma can cause bodily felt trauma in stigmatised or marginalised people, particularly those on the autism spectrum.

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Where 75% of Workers Are on the Autistic Spectrum

Our brains don’t all work the same way. One New York–based software company sees that as a competitive advantage.

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Here’s Why Neurodiversity Is so Important at Work

To avoid missing out on the skills autistic people bring, companies can learn from the experience of improving gender and race diversity, where both direct and indirect discrimination act as a barrier.

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