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The workplace is often set up in a way which encourages people to push themselves harder, through targets, incentives or simple performance markers. What some employers fail to understand is how this basic measuring can, at times, exacerbate the difficulties of people who have a hidden disability or neuro-difference.

The holiday period can be very overwhelming. In fact, according to the National Institute of Health, Christmas is the time of year that people most experience a rise in depression. There are a range of situations that can trigger this response – unrealistic expectations, excessive consumerism and forced cheer are just a few reasons cited […]