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Working to Work: A Neurodivergent Journey through Employment delves into the direct and indirect challenges experienced by many neurodivergent individuals seeking to obtain and maintain gratifying employment, and explores solutions to make work more accessible.

Nov 24, 2023

In this insightful conversation, I spoke with Robin Blamires, a talented and passionate autistic audio producer, about his journey from student radio to the challenges faced in finding fulfilling work, as documented in his new piece 'The Audio Rainbow'.

We explore some of the intricacies of the audio industry, discuss...

Oct 25, 2023

Sir Robert Buckland, MP - Chair of the UK Government's Review into Autistic Employment, speaks to how the review came about: what it hopes to achieve; how it works; who it hopes to benefit; and how its success will be measured. 

In this episode:

00:00 the reasoning and genesis for the review

01:12  the timeframe for the...

Oct 20, 2023

The tables are turned in this episode as I'm interviewed by my friend, author, and coach, Alex Genadinik. We discuss the benefits of learning about Neurodiversity for my mental health and self-acceptance, my experiences in employment as a neurodivergent worker, and what advice I would offer to managers and colleagues...

Oct 17, 2023

Autistic CEO, James Cusack explains the purpose of their Neurodiveristy Employers Index (NDEI), and how it will work.

In this episode:

00:00 conceptualising neurodiversity as being about everyone

01:13 the neurodiversity employers index explained

01:54 testing reasonable adjustment and hiring practices

02:47 empowering...

Oct 13, 2023

I spoke with James Cusack, Chief Executive of the UK's leading Autism research and campaigning charity, Autistica. Topics covered include the ambitious (and necessary) goals to double the Autistic employment rate by 2030, and specifically how Autistica's 'Neurodiversity Employers Index' (NDEI) can help achieve this....