Support to Win is implementing the Mind charity’s Mental Health at Work Commitment to create a better working environment for its staff, many of whom share neurodiverse qualities and skills.
It also hopes to change the industry conversation around mental health to put more focus on the opportunities of harnessing neurodiverse people and their unique abilities.
CEO Julie Mills said: “Without neurodiverse people, you don’t have a technology industry. From pioneering geniuses to everyday technical people, their autism or ADHD or Asperger’s is mostly hidden and not talked about.
“If we don’t bring this into the open then, as an industry, we’ll only scratch the surface of the potential on offer and miss out on extraordinary human capabilities.”