The I in DEI (Inclusion) refers to the practice or policy of providing equal access to opportunities and resources for people with physical or developmental disabilities and members of other marginalized groups. This definition applies to children and adults who are neurodiverse, or in broad terms, think, behave, and socialize distinctly due to an underlying condition that contributes to their unique cognitive variation.
The first step to neuro-inclusion is developing awareness and learning about neurodiverse needs and support tools available at home and in the workplace. These tools can establish a supportive atmosphere that benefits ALL family members and colleagues, fostering understanding and collaboration.
Join RethinkCare for this informative discussion on neurodiversity at home and in the workplace.
Attendees will learn:
What neurodiversity is and why embrace it at home and in the workplace
What the different neurodiverse conditions are and the strengths and challenges associated with them for children and adults
Practical strategies to create a culture of inclusivity in settings where people interact with one another
How to create a nurturing home environment for children with support needs and empowering neurodiverse talent within the workplace