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Jobs and careers for people with hidden disabilities

Three out of four of persons with disabilities don’t use a wheelchair or anything else that might visually signal their impairment to the outside world. If that’s you then you have a hidde...

QBE educates their Staff about Dyslexia

QBE

It is estimated that 1 in 10 people suffer from Dyslexia. Dyslexia can affect the way people learn, and is different for everyone. It is not just about reading and spelling, and it is not an indicatio...

Aviva marked Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Aviva

Did you know around 20% of the UK’s population has a disability? To mark Global Accessibility Awareness Day our UX Research team hosted an interactive workshop in our UK Digital Garage to raise...

Jobs and Careers for Autistic People

Autism is something we are hearing more and more about in everyday life. This isn’t because cases of autism have suddenly skyrocketed, but because better education has led to a much wider unders...

Jobs and Careers for People with Dyslexia

VERCIDA

Dyslexia is a recognised medical condition which affects some people’s ability to work with words, numbers or ideas. This can be in reading, writing or learning. This leaves them at a disadvanta...

Is Dyslexia the silent voice within an organisation?

I have had many successes in my career, which have included some senior level appointments. To get to a senior level was not an easy task. I have now come to realise that I was hiding my Dyslexia. I d...

How can you better support dyslexia in the workplace?

I spend part of my time assessing the needs of employees with dyslexia in the workplace. I am often called in when a crisis has arisen, such as a worker failing to meet targets or reporting high level...

Neurodiversity in the workplace

There are a number of terms used to encompass neurodiversity. Some seem to be possibly seen by some as more negative in their perception describing what people can’t do instead of showcasing the...

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