Challenge accepted

Team Size< 10, 10-24

Delivery MethodAll

Time Limit31-60mins, 60mins+

Team TypeExisting, Leadership

Take understanding and acceptance of neurodiversity to the next level with this active treasure hunt style game.

With over 15% of the world’s population believed to be neurodiverse this thoughtful activity asks team members to analyze their work environment through a neurodiversity lens and identify opportunities for improvement.

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Ideal for:

  • Office based teams who work in an open-plan environment
  • Breaking up a longer meeting or workshop by getting people moving
  • Organisations looking to improve employee engagement with more inclusive work environments
  • Project teams who are about to assign roles and responsibilities or allocate different tasks

What’s included

Facilitator guide

  • Preparation checklist
  • Activity instructions
  • Guidance for in person, online and hybrid facilitation
  • FAQs
  • Advanced facilitator options

Information sheet

  • Introduction to neurodiversity
  • Common neurological disorders
  • Challenges and wins of neurodiversity in the workplace

Participant activity sheet

  • Summary instructions
  • Tips for inclusivity
  • Template to complete activity


What is neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity is the idea that each person interacts with and experiences the world differently than those around them. The term ‘neurodiverse’ is often used to describe people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and other developmental conditions. The term encourages acceptance and inclusion of all while recognizing the differences in how we each think, act and contribute to society.

Where is best to run this activity?

This activity is best run in your work environment. Encourage employees to walk around their work space and any shared areas for best results.

We don’t have any neurodiverse people in our team, is this still relevant?

Yes! Neurodiversity is increasingly being recognized as an opportunity for organizations to unlock creativity and improve business outcomes. Challenges experienced by neurodivergent people are often experienced by neurotypical people as well, though typically with less impact. Educate your team about neurodiversity, while making a difference for future team members by improving workplace design to be more inclusive.

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