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Late stage diagnosis and hormones: the double impact on neurodiverse women

Event organised by ICE

27 March 2024

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To commemorate Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2024 (18-24 March), the ICE Bristol City Club is hosting an online webinar looking at how late diagnosis and hormones are impacting neurodiverse women in the workplace. The speaker for this event is WSP’s Neurodiversity Steering Committee Chair, Louise Jones.

Louise will be providing insight into how late diagnosis and hormones impacts neurodiverse women often exacerbating the symptoms of their neurodiverse condition.

The talk will also be covering how to support women in particular but also all genders with neurodiverse conditions through employee support groups such as WSP’s Neurodiversity Steering Group.


Louise Jones

Louise Jones


senior quality and collaborative working consultant

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Louise Jones

Louise is the chair of WSP’s Neurodiversity Steering Committee. She is part of WSP’s UK SHEQ Department and has worked in quality assurance system roles for major projects and in a corporate capacity over the last 23 years. She is also a Chartered Quality Professional, IRCA Internal QMS auditor and a Fellow of the Institute for Collaborative Working.

Louise successfully implemented BS 11000-1:2010 Collaborative Business Relationships for WSP’s UK business in 2015 and has successfully transitioned WSP UK to ISO 44001:2017 including managing additions to scope.

She has experience in implementing management systems, audit programmes, lessons learnt, RCA, training and auditing in quality, environment, health and safety, and collaborative business relationships discipline and has also been a visiting project QA advisor/ISO 44001 consultant (UK, Middle East, Turkey, Canada).

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