TWAP081: Here Are Helpful Autism Workplace Accommodations

Part 2 of an Interview with Thrivers Member Holly Anonymous

workplace accomodations

Is there any way to improve the workplace for autistics and Aspergians?

Holly thinks so!  Workplace accommodations are a key strategy to make work a better place.

As a member of the Thrivers community and an employee at a major corporation, she’s educating her co-workers about autism via her workshops.

She’s also found surveys from autistics about some of the most helpful workplace accommodations for autistics.

In This Episode You’ll Learn

More autistic and Aspergian characteristics in the workplace

How being autistic or Aspergian at work, among “neurotypicals”, affects autistics/Aspergians personally

Workplace accommodations suggested by autistics for autistics

Resources and Links

Job Accommodation Network

Autistic Self-Advocacy Network

Photo by Tran Mau Tri Tam on Unsplash

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