Six Key Principles to Inform Action was developed by The Sinneave Family Foundation in collaboration with a team of autistic self-advocates for the purpose of inspiring greater understanding, acceptance, and valuing of autism and neurodiversity.

Each of the six principles has an accompanying resource which aims to help individuals and organizations at home, in the workplace, in educational settings, and broadly in our communities, to implement ally-based actions that create and foster environments where everyone can thrive at:

• Building relationships
• Enhancing communication through collaboration
• Identifying and implementing proactive strategies for inclusion.

Included in each resource is a description of the Key Principle, a rationale for why it is so important, and a handy list of practical strategies that you can easily implement to make your environment more accepting and inclusive of autistic and neurodivergent people.

  • Communication
  • Connection
  • Emotion
  • Flexibility
  • Structure
  • Environment (Sensory)

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