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It’s My Secret: Disclosing Neurodiversity and Invisible Illness at Work

Neurodiversity Apr 26, 2021

April is World Autism Month, an annual celebration that seeks to raise awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorder and to amplify the personal stories and unique strengths of people with autism. It’s also Celebrate Diversity Month, a time to celebrate the unique cultures, perspectives, and experiences that make every person unique. In honor of both — and in an effort to encourage inclusion of all people and identities — we wanted to shine a brighter spotlight on two forms of what is often called “hidden diversity” in the workplace: neurodiversity and invisible illness.


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