In these cases, the goal is to find ways to make up lost work when possible.
In this article, I will discuss a number of ideas for providing accommodations that relate to scheduling.
Not all bipolar people will need all of these accommodations; in fact, some bipolar workers may need no accommodations of this type at all.
Part one, which discusses disclosure and stigma can be found here.
Part three, which is on emotional support, can be found here.
In other words, if we can move our work from times when we are less efficient to times when we are more efficient, we will get more done.