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 organisation recognise dyslexia in the workplace and advise your organisation on next steps through our training and consultancy services.
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Employees with dyslexia can be extremely imaginative, creative and talented. They are often very good with people, excellent problems solvers and frequently can link ideas together and ‘see’ in 3D. These skills can flourish in entrepreneurial, creative and practical industries, such as graphic design and physiotherapy.
Most people know that dyslexia affects reading and writing but there are other aspects to the condition. For example, employees with dyslexia may struggle with their short-term memory, which can make organisational tasks such as remembering instructions and appointments or managing their inbox more challenging.
Dyslexia and Myths: Fact v. Fiction
In the second part of our series tackling some of the myths surrounding neurodiversity we focus on dyslexia myths, dyslexia is estimated to affect around 10% of the population. Myth: Dyslexia is all about problems with reading and writing Fact: While it’s true that some people with dyslexia can often struggle with reading, writing and […]