Neurodiversity training for employers

You're reading this because you're looking for neurodiversity training for your business. What led you to making this search though? Here are a few questions to ponder before we get started


  • Why are you looking to educate your workforce about neurodiversity?
  • Are you a neurodivergent leader in business looking to change workplace culture from the inside?
  • Do you have a neurodivergent family member or friend, and you want to do your bit to improve their experiences of employment now and in the future?
  • Have you recently heard about neurodiversity, and you want to learn more before bringing the concept to your team?
  • Have you recently heard about neurodiversity, and you're worried about not being pro-active enough in understanding the challenges that some of your staff or clients face?
  • What do you actually need to know? What do different departments and managers need to be aware of?


What can I do for you?

I am a neurodivergent trainer. I have 25 years of experience in the world of work behind me and although I didn't know I was neurodivergent for 20 of those, I know what the problems I had were, and I know what could have been done to overcome them.


I want to improve the experiences of my peers, and the next generations, to make employment a sustainable part of life, not a risk factor in poor mental health and burnout. That's something I can do for my community.


I can work with you 1-on-1 at first, you can learn from these resources, or we can go straight to training you and your staff – what could be more inclusive than learning together?


I can teach your whole workforce about neurodiversity, giving them a good grounding in the history of the idea and the movement, an understanding of how different conditions affect people, and how to work effectively with neurodivergent people. It's really no more difficult than working with different personality types, once you understand how.


I can also provide a more in-depth look at managing neurodivergent employees, inclusive recruitment practices and what support there is financially and practically.


If this sounds good, we've already started the conversation. Contact me to continue this face to face.

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