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Neurodiverse approaches in the workplace will benefit all employees

Kelly Grainger
Kelly Grainger

Co-founder of Perfectly Autistic

Kelly Grainger is a co-founder of Perfectly Autistic, a consultancy that offers autism and neurodiversity webinars to organisations. He is autistic, and is also a father to two autistic children. Here, he shares his experiences of the workplace, and offer advice for neurodiverse people, their employers, and colleagues. 

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