Krysalis partners with Group for Autism, Insurance and Neurodiversity

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John Brazier
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Krysalis partners with Group for Autism, Insurance and Neurodiversity

Neurological occupational therapy provider, Krysalis, has partnered with the Group for Autism, Insurance and Neurodiversity (GAIN).

The provider with work with the insurance industry champion group to develop "positive neuro-inclusive work environments" for GAIN member firms. Launched in September last year, GAIN is an industry-wide initiative that aims to create opportunities for autistic and neurodivergent people to engage in rewarding work, by helping business leaders to recognise the benefits of building a diverse workforce to meet the growing need for talent. The partnership with Krysalis is aimed at creating "...

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