Date: 25th February Time: 15:00 (GMT) / 10AM (EST) Register on Zoom
An estimated 1 in 8 people are considered neurodiverse, but less than 50% are aware of their condition and very few businesses are designing workplaces to accommodate their particular needs.
Yet, people with ADHD, Tourettes, Dyslexia and Autism Spectrum Disorders are often individuals with a unique perspective on the world who can help unlock innovation, creativity and big picture thinking in organizations.
In this webinar, Kay Sargent, senior principal at HOK, and her colleagues Sarah Oppenhuizen and Mary Kate Cassidy explore how workplace design can bring the best out of these extraordinary individuals and create truly inclusive workplaces.
Kay Sargent will be available for a live Q&A after the event.
The webinar provides insights on:
- The multi-faceted challenges faced by neurodiverse employees
- The extraordinary strengths these individuals can bring to the workplace
- How to navigate conflicting needs such as hypo- and hyper sensory requirements
- Practical advice on how to design inclusivity in
HOK is a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm with 1,600 people across a network of 23 offices on three continents.
- Kay Sargent, Senior Principal - Director of WorkPlace, HOK
- Sarah Oppenhuizen, principal and director of interiors, HOK
- Mary Kate Cassidy, Senior Interior Design Professional, HOK
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