Video: Work-From-Home Tips for People With Learning and Thinking Differences

By Workplace Initiative Team

When you have learning or thinking differences, like ADHD or dyslexia, working from home can present a unique set of challenges. If you’re used to an office environment, you’ve probably learned a set of skills and tactics to fit that setting. Working from a new environment, like your home, may call for a new approach. 

Alex, Morgan, and Natalie work with the soon-to-be-launched Young Adults program at Understood. In this video, they share their tips for working from home. 

The Young Adults program provides support and resources for people ages 18–24 who learn and think differently, like those with dyslexia or ADHD. Sign up below to be the first to check out the launch of this new resource, rolling out in summer 2020.

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Sign up and we’ll let you know as soon as our Young Adults portal rolls out. We’ll also share helpful workplace tips.