“If you’ve met one autistic person, you’ve met one autistic person.”
Neurodivergent people are fantastically unique, with their own abilities and superpowers. Supported in the right way, these abilities can relish in brilliance or even border genius, but unsupported, their abilities can fail to shine.
Neurodiversity affects an estimated 1 in 7 people, with the rates of diagnosis on the rise. However, neurodivergent people are still under-represented in employment. Research tells us many face barriers in employers’ understanding of neurodiversity and are not fully supported in the workplace. This means neurodivergent people are less likely to apply to open positions and employers are missing out on truly reaching a diverse workforce and benefitting from the value that this group of people have to offer.
Globally, many people with disabilities, especially hidden disabilities, are under-represented in the workforce, more so than any other disability group.
It is in this truth that Aubilities was born
Aubilities stands for ‘All Abilities’, putting 'u' in the centre. Although we accept the label “disabilities”, we’d rather different abilities.
Through our services we aim to improve the representation of neurodivergent people in the workforce, while creating value for organisations and helping the neurodivergent community in finding meaningful and supported employment.
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