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June 2020: NAS Autism At Work Summit 2020
This one day conference will gather businesses together to champion Autism at Work where you could be part of the conversation and lead the way in creating real change for autism and employment.
March 2020: ACT Training & Do-IT
Where Have All The Girls Gone? ACT Training and Do-IT will be hosting an all-day conference discussing why girls are often missed in ADHD, autism, dyspraxia and dyslexia diagnosis.
December 2019: Aspire Trailblazing Leadership Conference
Meet the women visionaries, pioneers and leaders from across industries, sectors, backgrounds and ages and Dr Sam Collins, named as ‘One of the Top 200 Women to Impact Business and Industry’ by Her Majesty The Queen and ‘A Woman Shaping the World’ by CNN, to rock the status quo and create a new agenda for the future world of work and society.
November 2019: Womens Forum Global Meeting
Women’s Forum meetings aim to bring together leaders from all over the world – women and men – to consider new perspectives on key issues; to create a powerful, global network in order to strengthen the influence of women throughout the world; to draw up innovative and concrete action plans to encourage women’s contribution to society; and to promote diversity in the business world.
Helen Needham is listed as one of the Top 50 influential Neurodivergent women of 2019, in the UK, by Women Beyond the Box
Joining the Greater than Code podcast in a group discussion about neurodiversity
In this TEDx talk Helen Needham discusses her desire to live in a world where the neurodivergent are valued, and how she believes it starts with a conversation
In the Group M introduction to autism, Helen is one of 4 autistic individuals sharing personal insights on being autistic.
In the Group M questions about life on the spectrum, Helen is one of 4 autistic individuals sharing additional insights about being autistic.
In the Group M work on the spectrum, Helen is one of 4 autistic individuals sharing insights about being autistic in the workplace.
At the Game Changers Summit, hosted in the House of Commons, Helen highlights that the Neurodivergent are not difficult. They are different. They are to be valued. This change in perspective can help the world benefit from the power of neurodivergent thinking.
Helen Needham shares her top 10 things that she want others to know about Neurodiversity, via Mum on a Mission
Helen Needham asks why are so many Neurodivergent people battling unnecessarily, when we have the ability to embrace Neurodiversity and change things. When will this change, so we don't need to face unneccesary battles any longer.