people on the autism spectrum perceive the world differently than neurotypicals or non-autists and often lead withdrawn lives, falling short of their personal, cognitive and social potentials.
the world is full of things, concepts and information, very few of which match with the visual, haptical and conceptual thinking processes and sensibilities of autists. on top of that, many never really arrive in professional life and society as such, even though they would have much to contribute.
we do not only establish neurodiversity friendly design, but also look specifically for opportunities to facilitate the talents of individual people in order to create production processes that allow for plenty of space and time to engage with special interests and mind personal needs.
‚right planet‘ projects promote neurodiversity in a conceptual manner and involve people and partners that are on the spectrum themselves and share and support our goals. learn more about right planet on the website