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Presented By: LSA Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Neurodiversity in the Workplace - Part 1

LSA Disability Navigator Workshop

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Neurodiversity is the new hot topic in the realm of disability inclusion and accessibility—and with good reason. A significant percentage of people are now recognized as having neurotypes that are not well supported by societal norms and our collective understanding of how to communicate across and support neurodiversity is still developing. Fortunately researchers, educators, and advocates who identify as neurodivergent are contributing to a growing body of best practices.

Join the LSA Faculty & Staff Disability Navigators for this two-part workshop series to learn about neurodiversity and how we can all start creating more neuroinclusive workplaces. Attendees will need to register for and attend both Part 1 and Part 2 to gain a comprehensive understanding of this topic.

In Neurodiversity in the Workplace: Part 1, participants will:

1. Understand what neurodiversity is and how the concept has evolved over time.

2. Reflect on the ways neurodiversity shapes our experiences, behaviors, aptitudes, and understanding of the world.

3. Learn about barriers to neurotype disclosure in the workplace.

4. Explore how psychological safety facilitates disclosure and employee success.

5. Become familiar with relevant resources for LSA employees.

Audience: This is a beginner-level workshop open to any LSA employee, including our student employees. LSA employees receive priority access, so while external guests are welcome to register they will be waitlisted and moved off the waitlist as space allows.
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June 27, 2024 (Thursday) 10:00am
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