Chapter 8 focuses on Workplace Accommodations for a Neurodiverse Workforce. The manifestations of the condition, the spectrum nature of autism that requires different supports for nominally the same condition, general stigmas around mental health issues, and perceptions of coworkers and supervisors create a situation in which legal requirements are not sufficient to ensure individuals with autism get the supports they need. Patton’s chapter, while recognizing the legal context within workplace policies and practices often reside, discusses the importance demonstrated by Autism at Work initiatives in moving beyond the regulatory requirements to address effective workplace inclusion. The author provides a holistic overview of accommodations and autism, with an emphasis on legal issues, specific accommodations that individuals and employers should consider, and the need to develop an organizational culture that embraces neurodiversity.