Hayley Barnard is passionate about diversity and inclusion. Her world view when she was growing up was formed by her adopted family, with a sibling who was gay and one who was disabled, and now through her children, who are both non-neurotypical. We need to think about our thinking – see if we could be showing unconscious bias, Hayley says. “If you find yourself saying “all” in relation to a people group, that should be a warning sign of unconscious bias. And try to spin a situation around to test if you would make the same decision if the names were changed or removed.”

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