At Adjust we believe Neurodiversity is the acceptance, recognition and celebration that we all think differently.
We focus on 4 neurotypes including autism/Asperger syndrome, dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD as these neurotypes are a good representation of different thinking styles.
Adjust can help your workplace recognise ADHD and advise your organisation on next steps through our training and consultancy services.
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Employees with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can be passionate about a particular interest or topic they care about.
Employees with ADHD tend to be creative and produce lots of ideas which can be harnessed when working in an area of interest. Many people with ADHD flourish in a role that engages them constantly such as a paramedic, sports coach, designer or teacher. People with ADHD also have the ability to hyper focus on tasks, meaning they can often be deadline driven and finish tasks quicker then their neurotypical colleagues.
However, they may have difficulties with attention, physical restlessness, staying on task, following routines and maintaining concentration, for example in meetings. Read more about ADHD in our blog.
October is ADHD awareness month, which seems like the perfect time to learn a little more about this misunderstood neurotype. ADHD isn’t just about difficulties, there are many positive sides to ADHD. It can often mean a person is very charismatic, sensitive, passionate, creative, outcome focussed and have unique ways of solving problems. It can […]