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We connect neurodiverse talent with organizations striving to unleash their potential

What would happen if the world viewed neurodevelopmental differences like ADHD, autism, and learning disabilities differently? If everyone noticed the strengths that can come from these differences first, instead of the challenges?

That’s the basic idea of neurodiversity — that differences don’t have to only be looked at as
weaknesses. They’re not problems that need to be “fixed” or “cured.” They’re simply variations of the human brain.

The neurodiversity view is also personal. Being neurodivergent can help shape identity and how people see themselves and their value in the world. Neurodivergent people experience, interact with, and interpret the world in unique ways. That can sometimes create challenges. But it can also lead to creative problem-solving and new ideas — things that benefit everyone.
WE at Neurodiversity-Consulting are truly living the above. Our objective is to connect neurodiverse talents with HR departments to unlock the potential of many very talented, very unique individuals, for the benefit of the talents and the organizations.d

What is Neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity (ND) is a scientific concept that refers to biological and genetic variations in the human brain and cognition, e.g. in sociability, learning, attention, mood and other mental functions. The term was introduced in 1998 by sociologist Judy Singer. She rejected the idea that people with autism are disabled. Her view was that their brains just work differently from others. The term ND is used to reduce stigma and promote inclusion in schools and in the workplace. The neurodiversity view is that differences aren’t deficits and are part of the mainstream.

In Neurodiversity 5 types are commonly distinguished:


Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects attention, impulsivity and activity levels. ADHD is still relatively under-recognized and underdiagnosed in most countries, particularly in girls and older children.

Asperger's Syndrome​

A form of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or a High-functioning autism (HFA) is a developmental condition that affects communication and social interrelatedness. Often possessing increased intelligence, persons with HFA, however, may face interaction difficulties.


Developmental condition that specifically affects literacy (reading, writing and spelling). Unlike a learning disability, intelligence isn’t affected.


Developmental condition that affects motor (movement) skills, coordination and balance. Also known as a developmental coordination disorder (DCD).


Developmental condition that specifically affects mathematics ability. It’s associated with significant difficulty understanding numbers and working with mathematical concepts.

Neurodiversity Consulting provides excellent guidance for special individuals to move toward their goals! #Inclusion

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