Neurodiversity recognizes and values the natural variations in neurological functioning among individuals.
From ADHD to autism and beyond, these unique profiles offer diverse perspectives, skills, and talents that can contribute to the richness of any workplace environment.
The Importance of Neurodiversity at Work
Unlocking hidden talents
Neurodiverse individuals often possess exceptional strengths, such as heightened creativity, problem-solving abilities, and attention to detail.
Embracing neurodiversity is essential to creating an inclusive workplace culture. By accommodating diverse needs and providing equal opportunities, we can foster an environment where everyone feels valued and respected.
What to Expect from the Co-lab
Neurodiverse individuals and advocates will share their personal experiences, shedding light on challenges and successes in the workplace.
Brainstorm and collaborate on strategies to create supportive and inclusive workplace environments for neurodiverse individuals.
Allocate funding toward the proposed solutions from the design sprints following a participatory budgeting approach.
Work with pilot project teams to organize and promote regular demo days (think public lab meetings) to foster bi-directional exchange with the community.
Meet the Team!
Andrew George, Ph.D.
Former Civic Science Fellow on a mission to do science differently.
Eric Jensen, Ph.D.
Expert in evidence-based science communication and participatory methods.