Neuro-inclusion at work
Effective neuro-inclusion is about adapting our everyday practices and environment to suit different people, and the physical workplace is a vital part of that.
The distractions in the workplace can create barriers and potentially feel more overwhelming for staff who experience neurodifferences. Minimising these environmental triggers can create a better, all-round working experience, and not just for staff who may experience sensory hypersensitivity.
This is your opportunity to think about your wider workplace.
• How do you want your workplace to look and feel?
• How comfortable do staff feel working there?
• And what small changes can you make to build a more thriving workplace?