VRA Webinar: ADHD in the Workplace – Reasonable adjustments that actually work

DATE / TIME 29/09/2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm



ADHD is a neurobiological condition that is very much misunderstood and underdiagnosed. Fortunately, awareness of ADHD and its unique impact on the brain and associated behaviours are growing and neurodiversity is rapidly finding a place on the workplace agenda.  However, a need for education about this unique condition and effective support is essential if employers want to engage and retain their employees with ADHD.

Legislation requires that reasonable adjustments are made for individuals with ADHD. However, too often, the adjustments made by employers are ill-informed and consequently lack maturity, oversimplify the problem and ultimately become counter-productive towards delivering a constructive and meaningful solution for these often bright and talented individuals. Their challenges cannot be addressed if they are not truly understood.

This free VRA webinar will explore how ADHD presents within adults in the workplace, what obstacles they face and most importantly, what they need in order to stay motivated and engaged. By the end of the hour participants will have a far deeper understanding of ADHD and how the divide can be bridged through ADHD coaching and other supports and techniques tailored to the unique brain wiring of these individuals – reasonable adjustments that actually work.

Your speaker: Stephanie Camilleri, The ADHD Advocate

Stephanie was also diagnosed with ADHD as an adult in 2017, aged 38, following the diagnosis of two of her daughters.

A former Magic Circle Lawyer working in Banking, Stephanie is the founder of The ADHD Advocate and co-founder of ADHD Unlocked. She is a certified ADHD Coach who has helped educate and inspire employers, employees, entrepreneurs and students to understand and embrace ADHD, helping them to create the structures and strategies they need to reach their goals.

Stephanie is a trustee of ADHD Action, the founder of the London ADHD Support Group and former Primary School Governor for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.  Stephanie is passionate about raising awareness of ADHD in the Workplace and champions individuals with ADHD to thrive because of their ADHD, not in spite of it.

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