Media & Publication Contributions
Here’s a collection featuring Wanda.
“‘I was diagnosed at 46’: Waterloo mom calls late autism diagnosis a relief”
Embracing Neurodiversity: Building an Inclusive Future
Working Toward Neurodiversity Inclusion
‘I was diagnosed at 46’: Waterloo mom calls late autism diagnosis a relief
How are workplaces supporting Canadian workers with disabilities?
I Was 46 When I Discovered I Was Autistic. Suddenly My Life Made Sense
I learned I had autism at 46. I now understand myself.
Podcasts & Video
Wanda talks about why accessibility needs to be included in DE&I, the need for representation of women with autism, and how neuroinclusivity efforts benefit everyone in the process.
Life Sciences Ontario
(Wanda’s segment begins at 10:43)
Wanda shares her journey as an autistic woman diagnosed late in life and discusses a number of topics such as inclusion at work
ORAL PRESENTATION: Gender, neurodivergence and work: Autistic women’s employment experiences in the Canadian context
Nordic Network on Disability research, 2023 Annual Conference
Chawrun I, Tint A, Mistry B, Deschamps W, Dussault A, Holleymeyer C, Spoelstra M, Jetha A, Gignac M, Lai MC, Hamdani Y. (2023, May 11).
Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub, 2023
Dinah Bennett & Yolanda K. Gibb © 2022
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by Ann Douglas © 2022
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