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Podcast with IBM’s Global Neurodiversity Advancement Leader

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Podcast with IBM’s Global Neurodiversity Advancement Leader

We chat with Natalia (La Duca) Lychkowski, the Global Neurodiversity Advancement Leader at IBM. She is a public speaker and the organizer of global enablement via training events, guest speakers, and panel events both within IBM and externally.

She has over 10 years of experience of coaching and mentoring neurodivergent individuals and their caregivers. Listen Below –  and our questions to Natalia are listed below.

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Questions Raised in The Podcast

  • When did you find out about your own identification for neurodiversity?
  • When did IBM begin bringing in support for neurodiversity at work?
  • How has IBM brought in assistive technology to support a neurodiverse community?
  • Which assistive technologies are available for a neurodiverse workforce?
  • As dyslexia is viewed differently around the globe, What has IBM done to support a worldwide community?
  • What do you do in your own spare time to support a neurodiverse community?
  • What funny stories do you have about supporting a neurodiverse community?

Podcast Hosts:

Rosemary O Shaughnessy

Rosemary O Shaughnessy

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Rosemary is a digital content creator who helps small businesses, coaches and freelancers establish a presence online – offering WordPress websites, Canva Design and Canva Training, and as a certified LinkedIn Insider Help from account setup to teaching best LinkedIn practices.

Suzy Taylor

Suzy Taylor

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Suzy Taylor is a training specialist who helps people with disabilities deal with the emotional impacts and frustrations of their condition and teaches and trains people how to embrace and use assistive technology to make life easier. Suzy also offers LinkedIn help and support.

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