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Fall Forward, Not Apart: Why Failing with the Right Leader Can Be Your Biggest Win

We’ve all been there: the sinking feeling in our stomachs when that dreaded word “failure” echoes in our ears. Society trains us to avoid it at all costs, labeling it as negative, embarrassing, and a mark of inadequacy. But what if we told you that failure, in the hands of the right leader, can become […]

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Title: Creating an Inclusive Environment: How to Recognize When a Customer Needs Assistance

In today’s diverse world, it is crucial for businesses to create inclusive environments that cater to the needs of all customers, including those who are neurodiverse. However, recognizing when a customer requires assistance, especially in the case of neurodiversity, can be challenging. In this blog post, we will explore some key signs that indicate when

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Understanding ADHD and its Impact on Executive Functioning

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects individuals of all ages. One of the key areas influenced by ADHD is executive functioning. In this blog, we will explore the relationship between ADHD and executive functioning, shedding light on how executive function deficits can manifest in daily life and discussing strategies to navigate these

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Get the Low-Down on ADHD

ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. It is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects both children and adults, and is characterized by difficulties with attention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. The symptoms of ADHD can impact various areas of life, including academic, social, and occupational functioning. The specific symptoms of ADHD can vary from person to person,

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Knowing Your Rights… and Remembering Others Have Them Too

How many times have you heard “You’re violating my rights!” or “I have rights!” in the last week? Let me guess… you also just rolled your eyes having to read that, didn’t you? Yeah, I get it. Everyone screams about how their rights are being violated. But there are a few things most people either

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Learning Theory and Neurodiversity in the Education System

As published March 2, 2022 in We Have Kids: Dimensions of Diversity by Elizabeth Stonick (see original article here: Learning Theory and Neurodiversity in the Education System – WeHaveKids ) Neurodiversity and Special Education: What Have We Learned? Neurodiversity has become a word frequently bandied about when we talk about schooling, acceptance, psychology, and workplace

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