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Supporting your employees with ADHD to fulfil their potential
ADHD is classed as a “Disability” under The Equality Act 2010. This means that, as an employer, you may be required to put in place reasonable adjustments to support your employees with ADHD at work. These can sometimes be funded by Access to Work.
Beyond obligations however, employees with ADHD often have particular strengths in areas such as: seeing the big picture; thinking outside the box; connecting ideas; 3D thinking; and general creativity. When properly supported, the skills of these ‘specialist thinkers’ can benefit your organisation and we have been helping employers to support their employees to work at their best since 2018.
We have a variety of services for ADHD employees and their employers...
One-to-One ADHD Coaching
In our ADHD Workplace Coaching, one of our highly qualified coaches will work with your ADHD employee to identify what is working well, what is not working so well, and help them to develop strategies that are in themselves reasonable adjustments. To find out more, click here.
To understand more about how an employee's ADHD may be impacting them at work, see our handy Guide to Understanding ADHD in the Workplace.
Book A Free Introductory Call Today
If you feel your employee could benefit from ADHD Coaching, please encourage them to book a free introductory call with one of our coaches via the link below.
In the call we can find out more about what they're looking for and explain our methodology.
We will also be able to provide you with quotes during the call, based on which coaches and/or packages are best suited for you.
Workplace Adjustments and Funding
Some workplace adjustments and aids for ADHD employees are covered under the Government’s Access to Work scheme, including ADHD Coaching. Check out our Funding Information page to learn more.
We also work with line managers, and whole organisations to raise awareness and improve communication. This approach can help manage your sickness absence rates and improve line management skills, both of which can in turn, lead to increased productivity.
To find out more click here.