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Businesses encouraged to learn about building a neurodiverse friendly business

Bradford Council is encouraging businesses from across the Bradford district to find out more about neurodiversity about harnessing the benefits of neurodiversity in the workforceThe belief that people experience the world in unique ways, and differences in thinking and behaviour are not shortcomings but valuable perspectives.

Businesses are invited to attend an event on the topic on Thursday 9 November at Bradford City Football Club

Speakers will explain how neurodivergent people bring many positive benefits to the workplace, from thinking more innovatively, being more creative, supporting business growth as well as exploring ways to enhance understanding, support, and opportunities for neurodiverse employees and customers.

The event will provide businesses with an opportunity to hear from experts in the field and understand more about neurodiversity and how it impacts people’s lives, gain valuable insights from people with lived experience, and connect with like-minded individuals who are passionate about fostering neurodiversity.

Throughout the event, businesses will have the chance to participate in interactive experiences and engage in thought-provoking discussion.

The event is open to employers, business, arts, and culture organisation and anyone else interested in making a positive impact.

We want to emphasise what a great event this is, and appeal to all businesses across the district no matter what your industry sector to attend.  This event will allow you to build your business profile of becoming a neurodiverse inclusive workplace and offer employment opportunities to those who can add real value in boosting your business opportunities.

The event aims to celebrate the unique strengths and talents of neurodiverse individuals and work towards creating a supportive environment that embraces and values their differences.

Register your interest now:

Building a Neurodiverse Friendly District Tickets, Thu 9 Nov 2023 at 09:30 | Eventbrite