Autism at Work

Autism is a neurodevelopmental condition that involves experiencing and interacting in the world differently.

In the world of work...

Autistic people tend to value clear communication, structure, and predictability. They often excel in roles that require attention to detail, analytical thinking, and specialised knowledge. Autistic individuals also tend to appreciate working in a quieter, less stimulating environment, with a focus on individual work and a slower pace. They may have unique talents and perspectives that can contribute greatly to team projects and problem-solving.

Meet Elbe

Hi, I’m Elbe,

A Graphic Designer at Davis Funerals. As someone who is both autistic and dyslexic, I know firsthand the challenges of navigating a neurotypical world. But I also believe that our differences can be a source of strength and creativity. My purpose is to share my story and experiences in the hopes that others can relate and recognize that their brains are simply wired differently, not broken, and that they can bring their unique talents and perspectives to any workplace.

Elbe Luttig

Graphic Designer at Davis Funerals


Question 1

What does being Autistic mean? (Click the correct answer)

Question 2

How do you create an environment for Autistic people to thrive? (Click the correct answer)

Disclaimer: As you will learn everyone with a Neurodiversity is different. There is a saying if you have met one Autistic person then you have met ONE Autistic person. This applies for every other neurodiversity, everyone has different strengths, weaknesses and sits differently on the spectrum of the Neurodiversity they have.