The Pocket Guide to Neurodiversity


Daniel Aherne founded Adjust in 2016 to help workplaces start the neurodiversity conversation and advises organisations on how to recruit and effectively manage a neurodiverse workforce. He has over twenty years of experience in the field of neurodiversity. Whereas Adjust is focused on the workplace, the author believes that similar conversations need to take place in schools, communities, healthcare settings and elsewhere.

This passion arises out of his diagnosis of ADHD as an adult, and the challenges he had faced progressing through the education system. 

This is a helpful guide to developing a deeper understanding of some of the key concepts of neurodiversity in real-life circumstances, as well as acknowledging the positive traits of neurodivergence.

Author: D. Aherne
Illustrator: T. Stringer
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 978-1-83997-014-6

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