Neuroinclusive Employment: Creating Workplaces for People with All Kinds of Brains to Thrive

Date(s) - April 23, 2024
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Fee: $15
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Common Good Vermont is excited to partner with All Brains Belong on this webinar.

1 in 5 people think, learn, and communicate differently than the so-called “typical” brain. Yet, current efforts toward enhancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace do not include neurodiversity and disability. At a time when employee burnout is at an all-time high and many businesses are struggling to recruit and retain employees, it is essential to create workplace environments where people with all types of brains can get their needs met and thrive.

What does it mean for employers to be neuro-inclusive? Join Mel Houser, M.D., Executive Director of All Brains Belong VT, for an interactive training that will give participants concrete parameters to improve their neuro-cultural competency. This will include accessibility-related aspects of recruitment and hiring, workplace environment, training and supervision, and workplace communication. Participants will leave with specific, actionable steps to improve the accessibility and neuro-inclusiveness of their organizations.

If you have any questions, please reach out to [email protected].

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About the Trainer: 

Mel Houser, M.D. (she/they) is the Founder and Executive Director of All Brains Belong VT, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in Montpelier, VT with a mission to support the health and belonging of people with all types of brains. Dr. Houser provides neurodiversity training to organizations around the country about how and understanding of brain science can help employees be supported to do their best work.





This event is fully booked.