As a business owner or public space manager, it’s important to create an environment that’s welcoming and accommodating for individuals with neurodiverse differences. This means eliminating distractions and frustrations caused by inaccessible signage and materials, which in turn can foster more creativity and innovation. By using clear and concise signage and incorporating visual cues, you can also save time for both you and your visitors.
It’s important to note that under the Equality Act 2010, employers are legally obligated to make reasonable adjustments for disabled individuals, including those with dyslexia and autism. By fulfilling this duty, you can prevent unintentional discrimination and costly employment tribunals.
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