Dyspraxia Recruitment

Are you looking to recruit talented neurodiverse individuals?
We work with employers, and candidates with dyspraxia, to match the perfect people to their perfect roles.


Our Dyspraxia Recruitment Service

At Exceptional Individuals, we provide a dyspraxia recruitment service, working with employers and candidates to match the perfect neurodiverse people to their perfect roles.



We have hundreds of talented people with dyspraxia in our database who have unique strengths that could benefit your business. We can advertise your roles, help you target the right neurodiverse people, and match our candidates with dyspraxia to the roles that would best suit their unique skill set.


Does dyspraxia affect work?

Dyspraxia affects how the mind processes actions, usually affecting coordination and movement. People with dyspraxia may have difficulty with motor skills, coordination, movement, and balance. For this reason, it can be difficult for people with dyspraxia to quickly follow instructions and process their thoughts. This can affect their performance in traditional job interviews, application processes, and performing tasks which require fine motor skills.

However, each person with dyspraxia has their own unique talents which can include leadership skills such as empathy and active listening, dynamic problem solving skills, and strategic thinking. Dyspraxia does not affect a person’s intelligence.

At Exceptional Individuals, we work with employers and dyspraxic candidates to match the right people to the right roles and organisations. We have a database of candidates with dyspraxia who have uploaded their CV and interest in securing a job. We then help to create a match with employers from well-known companies by inviting our candidates to apply to jobs which suit their skill set.


What is the best job for someone with dyspraxia?

There isn’t a one size fits all career for every person with dyspraxia, it depends on the individual’s interests and talents. Though there are careers that utilise the assets of dyspraxia, such as empathy, and leadership, more than others. These jobs include teaching, coaching, leadership, creative arts and business development, amongst other things.

People with dyspraxia can have the following strengths that would make them ideal for certain jobs:

Ideal jobs for great leaders:
  • Chief Executive
  • Management Consultant
  • Brand Manager
  • Teacher
Ideal jobs for empathetic individuals:
  • Counsellor
  • Health Care Worker
  • Social Worker
  • Carer
Ideal jobs for strategists:
  • Principle
  • Engineer
  • Politician
  • Planner
Ideal jobs for dynamic problem solvers:
  • Police Officer
  • Scientist
  • Computer Programmer
  • Psychologist


Interested in our Dyspraxia Recruitment service?



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