Neurodiversity Hub

Welcome to our hub of exclusive resources and inspiration to help our member organisations celebrate neurodiversity in the workplace.

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Welcome to enei’s Neurodiversity Hub.

Neurodiversity is the concept that individuals perceive and engage with the world in a multitude of unique ways. It shouldn’t be assumed that there is only one “right” way of thinking, learning, and behaving and our differences should not be perceived as defects. Neurodiverse individuals may think holistically, which can be a valuable skill in the workplace, bringing an ability to “think outside the box”.

The term “neurodiverse” is used to describe individuals who exhibit a unique way of perceiving the world and processing information. Neurodiversity is an umbrella term which refers to dyslexia, dyspraxia (or Developmental Coordination Disorder), dyscalculia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC), and Tourette Syndrome (TS).

It is important to remember that neurodiverse employees are entitled to receive support and reasonable adjustments without a formal diagnosis. Therefore, it’s imperative that employers understand neurodiversity so that they can assist employees to reach their potential in the workplace and allow them to have a successful and productive experience.

What is Neurodiversity Celebration Week?

Neurodiversity Celebration Week was founded in 2018. It falls on 18 – 24 March 2024 and is a global initiative that’s all about challenging stereotypes and misconceptions regarding neurological differences. It aims to transform the way we view and support neurodivergent individuals. This week provides organisations with an opportunity to appreciate the incredible talents and unique strengths of neurodivergent people and work towards creating a world that’s more inclusive.

Getting everyone involved

Consulting with staff or network groups on what your organisation does around Neurodiversity Celebration Week (and other key diversity and inclusion events throughout the year) is key.
A diverse group of people will generate more creative solutions; therefore, senior leadership should aim to consult with all staff members and communicate authentically in a way that inspires trust, loyalty, and wellbeing.

What can you do?

To celebrate Neurodiversity Celebration Week, enei offers a range of resources suitable for businesses, services, and other organisations that wish to participate. Our hub of exclusive resources and inspiration has been designed to help our member organisations find the materials they require, easily and efficiently. Our resources relating to subjects around neurodiversity have been linked below according to type, helping you to access relevant information for Neurodiversity Celebration Week as well as the rest of the year.

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Resources and information


  • Neurodiversity is a superpower – Whether you are someone with a neurodiverse condition, an advocate or an ally, Neurodiversity Celebration Week really is time to celebrate. Our CEO Sandi Wassmer explains why.
  • What Does It Take to be a Neurodiverse Leader? – In honour of Neurodiversity Celebration Week, our CEO Sandi Wassmer shares her experiences of being a leader with ADHD.

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