You don’t need to be an expert to get the best from dyspraxic or neurodiverse employees. A little understanding and support goes a long way… by Maxine Roper
Useful article written by an autistic person about the best way to work with her
This guide was jointly produced by enei (Employers’ Network for Equality and Inclusion) and the Employers’ Stammering Network, and provides useful information and advice on how employers can reduce the barriers faced by stammerers in the workplace.
Working with Learning Disabled People Tips on working with adults with learning disabilities – from young people with learning disabilities.
A quick guide of disability etiquette – what to do and what to avoid!
Kate Nash of PurpleSpace talks about how Disability Networks can increase openness within an organisation
Will, an autistic man, talks about being an autistic employee
Recruiting and Developing Employees who Stammer
Mental Health First Aiders.
Recruiting and working with someone who stammers – 10 things to know.
Accessible Communication Policy (from Action on Hearing Loss)
How to produce information for people with hearing loss.
Communication support for people who are deafblind.
Working with a speech-to-text reporter.
Working with a lipspeaker.