A panel discussion on neurodiversity in the workplace.
With the growing focus on wellbeing in the workplace there may be a belief that our needs are shared and there is a standard ‘one size fits all’ solution. Do designers need to understand more about neurodiversity in people in order to design for every human?
MARK Product has brought together a panel of industry experts to discuss why neurodiversity should be more widely considered in office design. Hosted by MARK Product Director John Miller, the panel consists of:
A neurodiversity professional and director of workplace and furniture consultancy Innoven. With 13 years experience directing provision for neurodiverse individuals Jacqueline has also authored and delivered a vast range of training, tutoring & lecturing in the field.
Head of ID:SR, Sheppard Robson’s award-winning interior design group.Recognised as an industry leader and authoritative voice within the industry. She is regularly asked to publish her views on a broad range of issues impacting the quality of spaces—from neurodiversity and wellness, to open-plan working and the future of the office. Helen participates in numerous award juries, including leading the London BCO judging panel in recent years.
and more to be announced soon!
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