Support Connect is a company founded on Neurodiversity. Our business ethos is a well engineered supporting model that bridges the gap for neurodiversity and disabled individuals in education, homelife and working environments.
What is neurodiversity?
Neurodiversity is a concept where neurological differences are to be recognized and respected as any other human variation. These differences can include those labelled with Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dyscalculia, Autistic Spectrum, Tourette Syndrome, and others.
Whether you are parent with a Neurodiveres child or an organisation that needs help implementing inclusion for employees, help is at hand.
We help identify the needs through individual diagnostic, online self-assessments or organisational/institutional inclusive assessment.
Once the need of the individual or organisation has been identified, one of our case managers will identify grants, public funding allowance where available to help fund supporting products and services we offer. Where the individual or organisation does not meet or fully meet grants, or publicly funded allowance criteria, funding will be requested from the client directly.
Diagnosing a Learning Disability.
Learning disabilities are traditionally diagnosed by conducting two tests and noticing a significant discrepancy between their scores. These tests are an intelligence (or IQ) test and a standardized achievement (reading, writing, arithmetic) test. To read more please click here or to start free today and fill out our online self-assessment by clicking here.
Organisational inclusive needs assessments.
Supporting inclusion in the workplace and learning environments is central to what we do. We do this by providing first class specialist advice and support both for you and your organisation through our tailored services. For more information please click here.
One to One mentoring.
A Specialist Mentor is like having someone who has a ‘torch’ to help you keep on track with your studies, while helping you to find your own ‘torch’. They will work with you to help you recognise the barriers to learning created by your impairment and support you in developing strategies to address these barriers. To find out more about this service please click here.
Study Skills / Work-place skills.
Specialist Study and Work Skills support is like having someone who will help you to develop your own ‘tool kit’ of strategies that work for you. To find out more about this service please click here.
Assistive technology packages and Assistive technology training.
Applying technology and technological training to support the individuals in education or working environment. Whilst maximising training results through diversification we also provide client with an online training log and online training videos, we also offer training sessions online rather than in person if the client prefers. To find out more about this service please click here.
Individual and Group inclusive awareness.
One of the main causes of difficulties organisations face in moving towards being truly inclusive, is lack of awareness. This might be a lack of information among decision makers and managers of the needs of their staff; or a limited understanding of inclusive practices and how these can benefit your organisation. To find out more about this service please click here.