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          Creating a neurodiverse organisation: How to unlock the power of neurodiverse thinkers in your workplace.

          This conference will enable employers to learn about neurodiversity in the workplace and be able to apply that learning in a practical way.

          This conference includes specialist input on neurodiversity, the legal implications and lets organisations consider and discuss how they can become more inclusive.

          Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

          Date
          02 May 2019

          Locations
          DWF LLP, 110 Queen Street
          G1 3HD
          Glasgow

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          Thursday 2nd May 9.30 - 14.00

          “Neurodiversity is an essential form of human diversity. The idea that there is one “normal” or “healthy” type of brain or mind or one “right” style of neurocognitive functioning, is no more valid than the idea that there is one “normal” or “right” gender, race or culture.” Nick Walker

          “Fast-moving employers are taking steps to include neurodivergent people now – a group that likely represents more than 10% of the population, and thus in many cases a significant proportion of job applicants, customers, and existing staff.” CIPD

          This conference will enable employers to learn about neurodiversity in the workplace and be able to apply that learning in a practical way.

          This conference includes specialist input on neurodiversity, the legal implications and lets organisations consider and discuss how they can become more inclusive.

          The enei/Lexxic Employer Guide to Neurodiversity will be launched at this event.

          Refreshments and lunch will be provided.