For neurodivergent individuals, typical work environments can pose challenges most people do not experience to the same degree – or at all. With increasing diagnoses, recognition, and acceptance, neurodiversity is impacting workplace planning now and will for years to come.
In this four-part blog series, “Neuroinclusivity in the Workplace,” we will explore essential strategies and considerations for companies to use in workplace planning, design, and change management – creating more inclusive work settings for all employees.
Workplace Design Considerations for Neurodivergent Employees
After a company has decided to update its workplace design to support neuroinclusivity, what are the crucial considerations? In this week’s discussion of neurodiversity in the workplace, we will look at methods companies can use for testing design strategies before they invest, as well as aspects of office design that present opportunities for fostering neuroinclusivity.