Neurodiversity is the term that describes the idea that there is naturally occurring variation in the human brain, which can impact a series of brain functions such as how we interact with one another and how we process information.

The word neurodiversity is short for neurological diversity. Neurological or neurology is a word that describes the biological functioning of the nervous system, and in particular the brain. Neuro- is a prefix that can be applied to other words to discuss things relating to the nervous system or brain.

Download our free guide to neurodiversity in the workplace

VinciWorks has published a free guide to neurodiversity in the workplace. The guide is available in English and in Welsh. Download it now.

Join our free 1-hour webinar on Neurodiversity at work on Wednesday 10 April, 12pm UK time

In this webinar, we’ll look at what neurodiversity is, strategies to support neurodivergent staff at work, and what policies and procedures organisations should have in place.
This one-hour session will cover:

– What is neurodiversity and what are different neurodivergent conditions?
– The challenges faced by neurodivergent staff at work
– Strategies to support and encourage diversity of thought at work
– Short workplace scenario clips on how organisations can support neurodivergent people
– Supporting neurodivergent staff in the workplace
– Creating policies and procedures inclusive of neurodiversity