Some resources and links to learn more about Neurodiversity, and how to support neurodiverse staff and students at work
University links and resources
Equality and Diversity Unit (EDU) webpages on neurodivergence, including resources, fact sheets and. Includes a link to a short training module on neurodiversity (SSO login) and an interesting webinar on Neurodiversity and Intersectionality (login required).
Support for neurodivergent staff
EDU webpages detailing support structures in place for neurodivergent staff.
Supporting Autistic colleagues (University of Oxford)
This webpage looks at some of the issues facing autistic people in the workplace including definitions and possible support.
2020 DISABILITY LECTURE - WHY DISABLED PEOPLE DROP OUT - DR KATE WEST(UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD)
Dr Kate West, a neurodivergent student-turned-academic, reflects on the neurotypical University.
ACTUALLY AUTISTIC ME - AN ARTICLE FOR WORLD AUTISM DAY 2022
An article written by Hannah Ravenswood on their journey to an diagnosis of autism, their experience in the workplace and the things that have helped them.
Neurodiversity event recording
Recording of an event run by the EDI hub in 2022 including talks from Sarah Stephenson Hunter the Staff Disability advisor on support for Neurodivergent staff in Oxford, including common adjustments. Plus a talk from the 'Neurodiversity at Oxford project. Lastly a talk from two members of neurodivergent staff on their experiences.
External links and resources
Document(s) on these external pages may or may not be accessible.
Neurodiversity, Intersectionality and how to design equitable support (ADHD Girls)
A talk by ADHD girls on Neurodiversity and intersectionality held as part of the EDI Hub Neurodiversity event in 2022.
How to adapt communication to support neurodiversity at work (Fair Play Talks)
A guide to simple techniques to adapt your communication style to be more inclusive for autistic and neurodiverse colleagues.
Neurodiversity at work (CIPD 2018)
Learn more about neurodiversity, the benefits for organisations, and how to support neurodivergent people to be comfortable and successful at work.