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Bringing together conversations about neurodiversity and entrepreneurship -

and the exciting things that can happen when they are brought together.


12 months free membership

The NEA (Neurodiversity and Entrepreneurship Association) and The Freelancer Club are pleased to announce the launch of a new partnership, offering freelancers the opportunity to receive 12 months of free Pro membership of The Freelancer Club. For the first 6 months, in addition to free access to all Pro features, members are offered mentorship to guide and support them through various aspects of business. The partnership between the two organisations is supported by Xero-Go, a business tracking app for the self-employed, sole traders, and side hustlers.

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It is hard to believe that it is a year since the publication of 'Neurodiversity at Work' by Theo Smith and Amanda Kirby. The first of its type to be published, the book presents a comprehensive overview of the issues at play in encouraging neurodiverse talent in the workplace, and calls for changes in the way that businesses recruit. It brings together examples of best practice and has quickly become an indispensable volume for anyone who looks to attract outstanding talent in their organisations. 


NEA Chief Exec Rob Edwards was pleased to contribute to the book and point to the gap in data about neurodiverse business owners. As he said to the authors, 'without an interconnected research base, shared knowledge and the pulling together of what information is available, it is a challenge to tackle the barriers that we do know about, like access to finance, education and training, implications for welfare benefit support, a lack of role models and mentors, and a robust and supportive business infrastructure'. 


'Neurodiversity at Work' is available to buy via all major booksellers, including Amazon

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