Welcome to Vetlife’s Neurodiversity Awareness Campaign: Bridging Understanding, Breaking Barriers

Vetlife is thrilled to announce a groundbreaking Neurodiversity Awareness Campaign throughout 2024, made possible by Zoetis Foundation grant funding. This initiative is a testament to our commitment to fostering an inclusive and supportive veterinary community.

Our Campaign Highlights

1. Blogs Featuring Lived Experiences

Our campaign kicks off with a compelling series of blogs that delve into the lived experiences of neurodivergent veterinary professionals. These stories aim to shed light on the unique perspectives and challenges faced by individuals within our community.

Read the Vetlife Neurodiversity blogs we’ve shared so far here:


2. Written Resource for the Whole Veterinary Community

For practical support, we are developing a comprehensive written resource which will be freely available to all in the veterinary team including veterinary professionals, practice managers, employers, students and administrative team offering guidance on navigating the process of obtaining reasonable accommodations for neurodivergent individuals. Our goal is to empower workplaces to embrace diversity and provide an environment where every veterinary professional can thrive.

3. Neurodiversity Talks at Veterinary Conferences

Vetlife is proud to host a series of talks on neurodiversity at key veterinary conferences throughout the year. These engaging sessions will feature experts in the field, sharing insights, best practices, and fostering open discussions about the importance of neurodiversity in the veterinary profession.

Our Sponsor – the Zoetis Foundation

We extend our sincere gratitude to the Zoetis Foundation for their grant funding enabling us to drive positive change and promote inclusivity within the veterinary community.

Get Involved

As we embark on this transformative journey, we invite the entire veterinary community to join us. Whether you’re a student, veterinary professional, administrative team member, practice manager, or employer, your participation is vital in making our profession more inclusive and understanding of neurodiversity.

Stay tuned for updates, blog releases, and details on our neurodiversity talks. Let’s work together to create a veterinary community where every individual feels valued, supported, and empowered.