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"The way my brain is wired helps me do better": neurodiversity at Dstl – GOV.UK

Saturday, 26 March, 2022

"The way my brain is wired helps me do better": neurodiversity at Dstl – GOV.UK

If I’ve had a ‘peopley’ day I need to sit in a dark room in silence or hide under a blanket when I get home.

This is how Andrew, or AJ as he is known, manages being a principal software engineer in a world-class organisation with the challenges of having Asperger’s Syndrome and dyslexia.
He started working for Dstl 18 years ago and it was through his job that he was first diagnosed – although he already suspected that he had Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Read more at: https://www.gov.uk/government/case-studies/the-way-my-brain-is-wired-helps-me-do-better-neurodiversity-at-dstl

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