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Neurodiversity at work / October 2021

Picture of crowd representing different types of brains

"Neurodiversity refers to the idea that neurological differences, such as those seen in autism or ADHD, reflect normal variations in brain development" (Psychology Today, n.d.).

Companies are working with their HR departments to capitalize on the talents of neurodiverse people, as Harvard Business Review highlighted back in 2017. The Forbes Business Council recently shared a post about how companies can better support neurodiverse employees

For October 2021, here are 12 books from JMU’s print and electronic collections that examine neurodiversity. Humanities Librarian Malia Willey helped select these titles. 

Find more materials about this topic by searching neurodiversity or neurodivergent in Library Search