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INTRODUCING OUR ENGINEERING NEURODIVERSE FUTURES PROGRAMME

Whether you’ve been diagnosed as neurodivergent, believe you may have a neurodiverse condition, support someone who’s been diagnosed, or just want to learn more about neurodiversity in engineering, this ground-breaking programme will empower you and those around you to thrive – so that you can start #EngineeringYourWay today.

Michael Hargreaves, author of How Foothold’s new Engineering Neurodiverse Futures programme can support you to achieve your career goals

How our Engineering Neurodiverse Futures programme can support students and apprentices to achieve their career goals

In this blog, we explore how we can support engineering students and apprentices through our Engineering Neurodiverse Futures programme.

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Laura Norton of the IET, author of: My story of improving neurodiversity awareness in engineering

My story of improving neurodiversity awareness in engineering

Laura Norton of the IET joins us to discuss why our Engineering Neurodiverse Futures programme is vital for the whole engineering community.

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My journey as a neurodivergent engineer

Our Trustee Wolf shares his experience of being a neurodiverse engineer with dyslexia, as well as his advice for neurodiverse students.

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Opening up new opportunities for the engineering community with the launch of our Engineering Neurodiverse Futures programme

Our new support programme is designed to empower neurodiverse engineering professionals, students and apprentices to achieve their full potential.

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1000 engineers access Foothold’s Wellbeing Hub in year since launch

The hub, funded through a collaboration with Gattaca PLC, offers clinically approved resources and guidance for engineers and their families.

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Foothold developing support hub for peopleliving with neurodiverse conditions

Foothold developing ‘Differently Wired’ hub for people living with neurodiverse conditions

The hub will offer free, on-demand access to expert content and resources on a range of neurodiverse conditions.

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