Approximately 20% of people have learning and thinking differences such as ADHD and dyslexia, yet wider acceptance and education of neurodiversity seems far and few between.
"Nobody has ever been comfortable being the square peg in the round hole," one of the most celebrated female leaders in Asia's advertising circles, Jayme reflects on her journey that allowed her to think differently to create different.
ADHD diagnoses — and understanding of the benefits neurodivergence poses to creative industries — are on the rise. Inspired by the personal experiences of ADHD colleagues and family members, EssenceMediacom Australia’s Kellie Dawson shares how companies can better support ADHD team members.
The advertising industry can (and should) be the perfect fit for those who see the world differently.
Research has long shown a link between certain neurological conditions and artistic skills, which comes as no surprise to some creative directors.
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