The latest Digital Health Unplugged is now live – this time taking a look at using tech to support people with neurodiversity.

Dione Rogers, CNIO Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, and Holly Carr, nurse at Sheffield Children’s Hospital and Florence Nightingale Fellow at NHSX, have both been diagnosed with dyslexia.

Through their diagnosis and interest in health technology, the two have formed a mentorship to support each other professionally and also personally. In this episode they share their story with host Andrea Downey, including how they use technology to manage their diaries, workload and out of the box thinking – something Carr likens to fireworks.

The episode also looks at how NHS trusts and other healthcare organisations can best support their staff with neurodiversity to work in ways that suits them, ultimately getting the most out of their digital projects and innovations.

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