Workplace Assessments

Providing a neuroinclusive workplace has many benefits and enables employers to benefit from the strengths and skills of a wide range of individuals. It is well documented that neurodivergent individuals have many unique strengths and skills, such as creativity, lateral thinking, focus and problem-solving, which can be used to increase productivity and success for the business.

Neurodivergent employees, including those with dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, or mental health conditions, can also face barriers within the workplace, making it more challenging for them to reach their full potential.

Accessing a workplace assessment for them will help to identify what areas of their role are currently causing challenges. Once identified, the assessor will work with the employee to identify tools and strategies to reduce or remove the barriers faced, enabling individuals to meet their full potential and succeed in their roles.

Strategies suggested may include assistive technology and equipment. Some of these can incur costs, however free or low-cost alternatives can be recommended and Cymorth Addysg would be happy to provide support and training for these.

In addition, workplace coaching may be recommended which would provide bespoke support, enabling employees to develop strategies and techniques to manage any difficulties faced. This support can also be provided by Cymorth Addysg, take a look at our coaching section for more information.

Unsure whether a workplace assessment would be of benefit to you or your employee? Book a free 30-minute discovery call to find out more.