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Neurodiverse Workplace: An Employer's Guide to Managing and Working with Neurodivergent Employees, Clients and Customers

by Victoria Honeybourne Jessica Kingsley Publishers
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Pbk 176 pages
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Estimates suggest that up to 20% of employees, customers and clients might have a neurodivergent condition - such as dyslexia, autism, Asperger's, ADHD or dyspraxia - yet these individuals often struggle to gain and maintain employment, despite being very capable. This practical, authoritative business guide will help managers and employers support neurodiverse staff, and gives advice on how to ensure workplaces are neurofriendly. The book demonstrates that neurodiversity is a natural aspect of human

variation to be expected and accepted, rather than a deficit to be accommodated.


Employer responsibilities are highlighted, including the 2010 Equality Act, and a range of strategies and policies are provided, including recruitment advice and the benefits of neurodiverse employees, along with advice on physical environments, interaction and communication, and working with clients and customers. This book is an ideal resource for all employers wanting to support and empower people with specific needs to help create a more inclusive workplace, benefiting both neurodiverse individuals and the companies employing them.

1. Introduction2. Understanding neurodiversity3. Neurodivergent individuals4. Employer responsibilities5. Inclusive recruitment6. Communicating for neurodiversity7. Policies and practice for neurodiversity8. Neurodiverse-friendly environments9. Working with neurodivergent customers and clients10. Further resources11. References

This is an excellent and very informative book celebrating and supporting diversity of people in one of our adult lives' most visited places, the workplace. It includes everything professionals, managers and neurodiverse people need to know about how to survive the demands of the workplace. It is a great follow up to The Neurodiverse Classroom and it is easy to read and follow the information. A must-read for all the professions who support and accept neurodiversity.
Victoria Honeybourne is a senior advisory teacher, trainer and writer. Her background is in special educational needs teaching and she is author of a number of books on the topic. She has a particular interest in promoting wellbeing amongst young people and females on the autism spectrum. She has a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome and lives in Shropshire, UK.