“We should not fit our life to the demands of social conformity; we can’t find a model to live by from others, we can only find that within ourselves.”

“We do not think of the neurodiversity movement as one that seeks to integrate neurominority people into all the existing ways of living in the world as a human being.”

“There is a certain way of being human that is our way. We want to be free to live our life in our way, and not in imitation of other’s life.”


Taking action on neurodiversity through equity, inclusion, and belonging initiatives can create more productive and diverse workplaces that benefit employees and employers alike. 

It is important for our workplaces to promote healthy workplace culture, inclusive leadership, accommodations, and universal design to incorporate neurominority employees. This leads to greater employee well-being, job satisfaction, and productivity. 

By promoting a healthy workplace culture and inclusive leadership, employers can create an environment that values diversity, promotes equity, and fosters a sense of belonging for all employees, regardless of their abilities or needs. This can help neurominority employees  maximize their potential, contribute to their full capacity, and achieve success in their roles. Additionally, creating a workplace that values diversity and inclusion can improve employee morale, reduce turnover, and enhance the reputation and bottom line of the organization.

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