Bespoke one to one workplace coaching and mentoring for neurodivergent colleagues

We offer ongoing coaching and mentoring in the workplace for Neurodivergent colleagues. This support is typically on a weekly basis and can be delivered online or at your place of work depending on location.

We provide support to colleagues to help them better understand and manage their needs at work, help overcome anxieties and develop workplace strategies to help build confidence in the workplace.

Support is tailored to individual needs, we typically provide support from 1 hour per week up to 5 hours per week, depending on circumstances.

This support also helps you as the employer to develop a greater understanding of the needs of your colleague, with regular catch-ups and an allocated point of contact for any queries or concerns. We offer ongoing support and guidance to managers alongside the support to the colleague, ensuring the development and sustainment of a long term successful colleague / manager relationship.

Who can access this support?

Whether you are just about to employ a new colleague and feel they would benefit from additional support or you have a colleague that has worked for you for many years that has had a recent diagnosis or is finding they are having a difficult time at the minute, regardless of the circumstances we can offer support.

Support is available to colleagues who are apprentices, paid employees, part time / full time or self employed.

How does the process work?

Our team can support with the Access to Work application from start to end, you do not need to have funding in place already. We will support and guide you through this process.

In work support is fully funded via Access to Work, which is a government scheme aimed at supporting adults with disabilities and health conditions to sustain paid employment.

Contact us for an initial conversation about how we might be able to support you and your team member.

“I cannot fully explain just how much I appreciate everyone who I have interacted with at Autism Plus. I feel that everyone has been compassionate, deeply caring and incredibly understanding of the neurodivergent experience.

I no longer have to experience constant anxiety when I find something at work difficult, make mistakes, or experience a misunderstanding due to being autistic, because I can discuss this with Abi and be supported in understanding the situation more clearly, and finding any solutions needed.”

Amy, autistic adult who receives support through our Access to Work programme
An image of Amy, an autistic lady stood outside with trees behind her and a lake in front of her. Amy is wearing a yellow jumper and smiling at the camera

Speak to a member of our team about how our in work support can support your team members.

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