Kirsty Cook | On creating neuroinclusive workplaces
In this episode, we’re joined by Kirsty Cook (she/her), the Global Director of Neuroinclusion Services at auticon - a majority Autistic global social enterprise - to discuss her role and auticon’s neuroinclusion work.
From chaos to confidence: A student's guide to getting through school using Tiimo
From the Pomodoro technique for productive study breaks to documenting every fleeting thought to avoid forgetting, these handy Tiimo tips aim to make school feel less chaotic and more manageable.
Paff Evara | On the importance of intersectional advocacy and using tech for good
In this episode, we talk to neurodivergent creator and founder Paff Evara (they/them) about their media company Take Up Space, the power of decentralized blockchain technology, and the importance of inclusive and intersectional activism.
Ellie Middleton | On building neurodivergent community & advocating for your needs
In this episode we talk to neurodivergent entrepreneur Ellie Middleton (she/her) about the process of founding a community for neurodivergent folks, how she’s navigated hustle culture, and what it takes to show up authentically in your work.
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Why Tiimo went Freemium
A few thoughts on why we decided to offer a free version of our visual planner.
Navigating Time and Energy as an Autistic and Chronically Ill Person
From chronic fatigue to sensory needs, overstimulation to pain, there is a lot to navigate.
Reverse SAD: What it’s like getting through reverse seasonal affective disorder
I dread painfully warm summers and anticipate cool, cosy winters