5 Lego people. One is a businessman sat at a Lego desk with worried look on his face. The other 4 are queuing to speak to him. The first character is a Viking, the second is a zombie in a grey suit. The third is dressed as a bunny holding a briefcase whilst the fourth is a Mexican skull faced man in a black suit and bowler hat.

For Organisations

Professional/Workplace Support

Do you have a neurodivergent employee who would benefit from coaching and mentoring to help them navigate the workplace? Do they need help finding reasonable adjustments so that they can fully tap into their strengths?

The manager of a neurodivergent member of staff will benefit from coaching. Developing an understanding of how to work with a neurodivergent member of staff to ensure they remain a happy and productive team member is vital to the success of any organisation.

Neurodiversity Awareness Training

As the diagnostic rates for neurodiversity have increased it has become clear that a significant proportion of the population has one or more neurodiversities.

This means it is highly likely that you have neurodivergents in your organisation or your customer base.

Awareness training can help your organisation support your staff and deliver a better product or service to your customers.

Actually Autistic Speaker

A Lego figure standing on a stage with a white floor and a green out of focus backdrop. The figure has is wearing teal trousers and a casual brown jacket. They have short curly dark hair. They are turned 45 degrees to the right with their arms raised slightly in an animated conversational style.

I can adapt the talk to focus on areas your audience will find relevant as long as it has been part of my experience.

It was first suggested that I was autistic just after my 56th birthday and received a diagnosis a year later.

I can talk about the experience of living undiagnosed for much of my life and career. What did I struggle with? What did I excel at? How did this affect my mental health.

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