Many people with neurological conditions like autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and dyslexia have extraordinary talents, perspectives and skills that can benefit the public service. Yet, many neurodiverse people continue to face barriers to inclusion and social stigma.
In recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, the Canada School of Public Service, Shared Services Canada, and the National Research Council of Canada have organized a panel discussion on neurodiversity inclusion. Experts will share their knowledge on topics such as the value of neurodiversity in the workplace and promoting a barrier-free environment for neurodiverse talent.
Following the panel discussion, there will be a live Q&A period.
Yazmine Laroche, Deputy Minister, Office of Public Service Accessibility, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
- Raphaël Solomon, Expert-Economist, Research Branch, Copyright Board Canada
- Nathalie Boulet, Family Counsellor, Autisme Montréal
- Julie Deschamps, Employment Counsellor, Action Main d'œuvre
Marie-Jeanne Nahas, Human Resources Advisor, Inclusive Recruitment and Business Enablement, Public Service Commission of Canada