Hidden Disabilities and Invisible Illnesses – My Thoughts and Experiences

When I was a child and a teenager, I did not like being called, “disabled.” The reason for that is because I am able-bodied and I don't use any aids such as wheelchairs or Zimmer frames that people most commonly associate with physical disabilities. When I was at my first college (I went to three … Continue reading Hidden Disabilities and Invisible Illnesses – My Thoughts and Experiences

8 Lessons I’ve Learnt Since Working for a Neurodivergent Recruitment Agency

If you read my blog regularly, then you'll know that in January 2019, I started volunteering for a neurodivergent recruitment agency called Exceptional Individuals. This became a part time paid role for a probationary period for six months in June 2019 and it's my first part time paid job in three years (I worked as … Continue reading 8 Lessons I’ve Learnt Since Working for a Neurodivergent Recruitment Agency