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REMOVING BARRIERS FOR EVERY BRAIN

Kimberley-Marie Sklinar, IC partner at a leading debt charity, considers how communicating for neurodiversity can make you a better practitioner.

28th November 2019
Once upon an internal communication project, a non-IC colleague frequently asked me to proofread her group emails. I later discovered that she was dyslexic. Before I knew it, I was researching how to support people with dyslexia in communications, and that it fell under the “neurodiversity spectrum”. Neurodiverse brains – “neurodiversity” refers to differences in the human brain...
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