A different headspace: Six People on Being Neurodivergent During Lockdown

A different headspace: Six People on Being Neurodivergent During Lockdown

Living with a differently-wired brain is challenging at the best of times – never mind in the midst of a global pandemic. Erin Kavanagh–Hall chats with six neurodivergent New Zealanders who share the obstacles they’ve overcome during the Covid-19 lockdown. Read the...
Beautiful Minds: Uncovering the Hidden Talents in Neurodiversity

Beautiful Minds: Uncovering the Hidden Talents in Neurodiversity

Access citizens are a massive, untapped talent pool of people who already have the skills that workplaces in the 21st century need. Here’s a great article looking at some of the talents that can accompany neurodiversity. Read the article…
‘Hidden disabilities’ now catered for in airports after Australia-first program at Brisbane Airport

‘Hidden disabilities’ now catered for in airports after Australia-first program at Brisbane Airport

The way in which big, noisy airports deal with people who have hidden disabilities is about to change, with Brisbane Airport launching an Australia-first program to help those who are managing anxiety, depression, autism or hearing loss. Read more… I’ve...