Discussions of communication across neurotypes typically reference ‘social deficits’ inherent to neurodivergent people, which educators and therapists then seek to remedy within the neurodivergent person. This neglects the existence of neurodivergent cultures and the reality that sociality necessarily involves the spaces between people, preventing difficulties from lying solely within one person. This chapter discusses the application of cross-cultural communication principles to cross-neurotype communication, including mutual understanding and the reapplication of Hutto’s Narrative Practice Hypothesis to a neurodiversity paradigm understanding of neurodivergent groups.