In this interview, we (virtually!) sat down with Rachel Morgan-Trimmer to discuss neurodiversity and the effects of remote working and learning. She also shares her own experiences of studying as an individual with two neurological differences – autism and ADHD.
Rachel Morgan-Trimmer is a neurodiversity consultant and public speaker. You can find out more about her and her work by visiting her website, Sparkle Class.
Ayoa is a digital whiteboard that combines mind mapping, task management, and team collaboration capabilities – all useful features for those with neurological differences who may struggle with processing information, managing deadlines, and organizing and structuring their work.
Louise Cunnah has always had a passion for the written word, leading to her studying English, Media and Journalism at Cardiff Metropolitan University. Since graduating in 2014, she has held a number of different roles in marketing, both agency-side and in-house for brands like Ayoa. She loves taking on a challenge and has written content on a diverse range of subjects over the years, including horticulture, business management, telecommunications, health and safety, productivity, neurodiversity, and personal finance (to name but a few!).