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Soundscaping for neurodiversity report

The front cover of a report entitled "Soundscaping for neurodiversity" which includes a picture of a multi-colored brain

Inclusive design sometimes involves practical physical interventions, like wheelchair ramps. But for neurodivergent people, the barriers may not even be visible. Many people face sensory obstacles in the built environment.

For neurodivergent children, adverse responses to noise frequently stop them being able to take part in range of activities. These barriers persists into adulthood and the built environment.

This report reviews research related to sound and neurodiversity, and outlines Moodsonic’s best practises for designing the workplace with neurodivergent employees in mind.

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