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Creating a Neurodiverse-Friendly Workplace

Destigmatized: Visible and invisible Disabilities and Neurodivergence

A seemingly benign joke by a neurotypical coworker can be experienced as an ableist microaggression by a neurodiverse person. This is why it’s important for companies to understand what neurodiversity is, how to create safety for their neurodiverse employees, and have robust policies for disclosure and accommodations. Join Sydney Elaine Butler, Founder and Accessibility and Neurodiversity Consultant at Accessible Creates, to learn how to create a neurodiverse-friendly workplace.

Talks about: neurodiversity, leadership, culture

Sydney Elaine Butler

Bridget Finkeldey

My Professional Purpose is that I am committed to removing physical and non-physical barriers in the workplace so that everyone can tap into their talents and fulfill their full potential. As a Human Resources Consultant and an Accessibility Consultant, this means I will be able to help employees and companies reach their fullest potential (increasing employee morale) which increases overall productivity within an organization.

Meg Alexander

Bridget Finkeldey

Meg Alexander joined the PowerToFly community as a job-seeker in 2014, eventually landing her first remote role working for PowerToFly's Delivery Team. Her professional experience includes roles as a Talent Advocate, Head of Purchasing for a window factory, audiobook publishing, & more than 5 years as a paralegal. She has a bachelor's degree in Art History from Indiana University (mint condition, never been used!), where she also earned a varsity letter for Women's Rowing. She loves DIY projects and will never say no to french fries. She lives in Toledo, OH with her husband Aaron, an engineering technician, and their dogs, Radar & Cake.

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