5 Ways to Design Your Office with Neurodiversity Top of Mind
Imagine working in an environment where you struggle to read the signage or where the sound feels deafening or where the lighting seems fine for everyone except you. Then consider that this is what it’s like everyday for many employees who are neurodiverse and work in an office.
Thankfully, that’s changing. Hybrid workplaces are becoming more accessible and inclusive for workers who are neurodiverse, which includes those who have dyslexia, ADHD, Tourette Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), or other atypical neurological conditions.