DXC reinforces support for neurodiversity in the workplace

DXC reinforces support for neurodiversity in the workplace

 April 24, 2023

Inclusive employer DXC Technology was platinum sponsor for Autism@Work Virtual Summit.

The sponsorship formed part of DXC's Dandelion Program’ that reinforces its focus on neurodiversity in the workplace.

This virtual event enabled attendees to hear from high profile local and international speakers, including employers, autistic employees and advocates, community organizations, educational institutions, service providers and researchers about Building Capability for employees and employers.

Engaging keynote presentations 

Engaging keynote presentations were given from:

  • Jessica Kaaden: Director, People and Communications – SANE
  • Vanessa Castaneda Gill: CEO and Co-founder – Social Cipher
  • Tom D'Eri: COO – Rising Tide Carwash

The two-day program also included a panel of autistic adults, sharing their experiences of employment, an employer panel, discussing Building Capability from their perspective, and sessions on a range of topics including HR practices, mental health, employee resource groups, self advocacy in employment, and higher education.

Providing opportunities for people across Australia 

The virtual event provided an opportunity for people from across Australia and internationally to attend, regardless of their physical location. Delegates came from a range of sectors including large corporations, small business owners, start-ups, state and federal government departments, local councils, universities, and Technical & Further Education institutions (TAFEs).

Autistic adults and their supporters were actively encouraged to attend the event.

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