The Annual Myth Busting Of 2021

The top 5 myths about neurodiversity and disability in the workplace.

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Welcome to the annual myth-busting end-of-year article! This year here was a lot of focus was on workplace inclusion and equal access. The current parameters established by society promote independence and with that comes the idea that getting support is inherently bad.

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We are autistic members of the disability community and hold various mental health diagnoses. We are advocates for social justice, writers and scholars of life.

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We are autistic members of the disability community and hold various mental health diagnoses. We are advocates for social justice, writers and scholars of life.

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