Book a Work Place Needs Assessment


At Exceptional Individuals, we provide Work Place Needs Assessments for our neurodiverse community that require support at work. The needs assessment will help to identify if there are any reasonable adjustments that would improve the suitability of your work place. These are provided as recommendations, which we will also then continue to help you and your employer implement.

How it Works!

1) Book a Work Place Needs Assessment:
To book, fill in the form below, providing details about yourself, your employer and your neurodiversity.
2) Arrange a time and date for the assessment:
After requesting a needs assessment, we will be in touch to arrange a time that suits you and your employer for your assessment.
3) Have your needs assessment:
We will then visit you and assess your workplace. These usually take an hour or two, checking everything from your technology, to your seating arrangements.
4) Receive report and recommendations:
Following the visit, we will write up a report, with recommendations on what reasonable adjustments may benefit you. We can discuss this with your manager, or leave that part to you.
5) Apply recommendations to the workplace:
After we have created the report, we will then support you with applying the recommendations. If you need funding for the adjustments, we may be able to receive funding from the government via the Access to Work scheme.


Fill in our form below to see whether you are eligible for a Work Place Needs Assessment, or contact us.

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Assistive Technology

Reasonable adjustments for dyslexia and other neurodiversities can vary depending on each individual’s needs. However, assistive technology is something that is commonly provided, helping neurodiverse adults to navigate modern-day technology easier.

Examples of Assistive Technology may include:

  • Text-to-speech Reader
  • Noise-cancelling headphones
  • LiveScribe

We often review different assistive technologies. You can read our most recent reviews below

October 9, 2019
Mind View Logo

Mind View – Review

What is it? Mind View is computer software that supports you to visualise your thoughts in a more creative way. […]
September 18, 2019
Livescribe 3 - Assistive Technology

Livescribe 3 – Review

The LiveScribe Pen is a smart pen that allows you to take written notes, wherever you go, which then appear […]
September 10, 2019
C-Pen Reader: Assistive Tech

C-Pen Reader – Review

Some assistive technologies can feel like a luxury item. It can make your work-life more comfortable, but if taken away, […]