Giftedness or high intellectual potential: there is no consensus on the definition of giftedness. It is generally accepted that there is a cognitive over-performance and an extraordinary capacity in the interaction between three components of abilities: high intellectual aptitude (reasoning, abstract thinking...), creativity (realization of original creations, innovative solutions to complex problems...) and involvement (interest, motivation, need for accomplishment...). In the workplace, those who are sometimes called "zebras" are creative, adaptive, curious, intuitive, independent, resourceful and always in solution mode. They are particularly fond of stimulating work environments that offer them the opportunity to express their many talents in various fields such as helping people, the arts, innovation and foresight...
Atypicalism constitutes a color of being, a different way of apprehending beings and things. Atypicality is the sign of a brain that functions outside the field of the classic individual, drawing the geography of a new individual, with multiple faces and numerous skills that are often misunderstood.
Too often, ignorance, myths and prejudices imprison neuro-atypical people in aspects of incapacity, deficiency, illness, and deficiency, which excludes them from the public and social scenes. However, every day, people with disabilities contribute to the development of our society, of which they are an integral part. Their beautiful personal qualities, their many talents that are not sufficiently exploited, their vision of the world, their different ways of being are so rich that they deserve to be put forward and, without a doubt, will seduce many employers. They have so much to offer!