Organizations around the world are recognizing that diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) incorporates forms of diversity that go beyond race, gender and religion to include neurological differences like dyslexia, autism and ADHD.
Because brains interpret physical environments differently, designing intentional, sensory-aware and brain-friendly environments helps us get one step closer to creating diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces that empower people to feel safe and supported, to self-manage and to do their best work.
In this article, learn:
- Why neurodivergent colleagues bring a wealth of talent, passion and perspectives to our workplaces
- How we support the mental health and overall wellbeing of every employee when we design spaces that respect the senses
- Eight practical ways employers can improve the workplace experience through sensory-aware and brain-friendly design