Neurodiversity at Work

Everyone’s different, with their own ways of working. You’ll meet the auditory processors, who like listening to information rather than reading. You’ll meet the mind-mappers who process and plan visually. And you’ll meet the steady scribblers who stick to good old note-taking.

Neurodiverse employees could be struggling in silence with increased stress levels and lowered productivity - which means they’re unable to show their true potential at work. 

Let's retain, encourage and motivate your employees to achieve their best.

 Unlocking Workplace Neurodiversity - A Guide for HR Managers

Let’s help people believe in their strengths and be able to fly...  

Kate Gilbert (Genius Within), Liam Pettit (Matchware), Kevin Bowsher and Emma Newman-Baronius (Network Rail) as well as our own Texthelpers share their perspectives on neurodiversity in the workplace and explain why you need neurodiverse people in your organisation.

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Neurodiverse support with Read&Write  

We help organisations and their employees communicate confidently with Read&Write.

Read&Write is a powerful support tool to suit everyone’s workstyle. It’s easy to implement right across your organisation, integrating seamlessly with all the apps you already use. 

The discreet toolbar gives instant access to lots of useful functions, from text-to-speech, on-screen highlighters, audio report creation and much more. 

Having individualised digital support in the workplace, such as Read&Write, can reduce sickness absence up to 30%.

 Features to support a range of neurodiverse traits
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  • Read&Write for Work

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what our customers in the private sector say...


Employees reported an increase in productivity and accuracy in their role, feeling valued and appreciated following the implementation of Read&Write. The stigma attached to declaring their disability decreased/ceased to exist, and employees felt confident offering peer-to-peer support to other colleagues around the disability agenda.

Miranda Wayland, ITV

Case studies
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