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September 8, 2020

Neurodiversity and remote working: Interview with expert, Rachel Morgan-Trimmer

by Louise Cunnah posted in Neurodiversity, Video.

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.

Find out more about neurodiversity or get started with Ayoa for free today to see how it can help you.

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