The Great Resignation and Growing Neurodiverse Workplaces

This episode of “A World of Difference: Embracing Neurodiversity” examines how the “Great Resignation” provides a great opportunity for employers. Learn how companies gain a competitive advantage in productivity, innovation and culture by tapping neurodivergent talent. And you’ll meet Eye to Eye founder David Flink, an advocate for neuro-diversifying the workplace, and our latest Difference…

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Hundreds of neurodiverse youth gather to learn how to mentor and self-advocate

There’s been a lot of attention lately on diversity, equity and inclusion, but people who identify as neurodiverse say they often feel overlooked. Eye to Eye, a national nonprofit that supports a mentoring program among neurodiverse youth, gathered hundreds of students from across the country. Read and watch the full story at Denver 7 ABC

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1 in 5 Students is Neurodiverse. How Can Districts Better Support Them?

A report published by the National Center for Learning Disabilities in 2017 revealed that 1 in 5 students is neurodiverse. Simmi Goomer, chief learning and impact officer at Eye to Eye, which creates student and educator programming that promotes inclusive education, shared how district leaders can address this fact and address the needs of these students. Read The…

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Breaking The Cycle Of Bullying Kids With ADHD & Learning Differences

Approximately 1 in 5 children report being bullied, but for children with ADHD and learning differences that number is much higher. And, children with ADHD are more likely to bully others. So, what can we do to better support children with learning differences? How can we prevent bullying? Listen to Full Podcast at Momenough.com

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