Good diversity management is everybody’s responsibility.
If you are a good manager with autistic or neurodiverse employees, leading on your company’s diversity strategy, or are an autistic or neurodiverse employee, then you are in the right place.
We are here to provide you with a firm understanding of Autism, Aspergers, and Neurodiversity so that you can guide your organisation towards this important and valuable aspect of diversity and inclusion.
Led by autistic Entrepreneur, Speaker, Autism Practitioner and former Lecturer and Researcher, Dr Elizabeth Guest (BSc, PhD, PGCHE), Aspiedent is perfectly positioned to alleviate any pressure you may be experiencing as a manager of somebody with Autism, Aspergers or Neurodiversity.
If you are an employee with an Autism Spectrum Condition (ASD) or a Neurodiverse condition such as dyspraxia, ADHD, or OCD, we can also help you overcome difficulties or obstacles at work. We provide a confidential and impartial bespoke service to help you and your managers at work.
All our services are underpinned by our very own proven cutting-edge employee profiling tool. We’ve redefined autism in the workplace making it simpler for you to engage with and reducing the fear of the unknown.
Our mission is to break down barriers and build bridges between the autistic and non-autistic populations. We have done this in our own business with our own people and so we understand the unique challenges businesses and managers face trying to achieve equality for all while promoting diversity and inclusion at work.
You can depend on Aspiedent to take a balanced approach to the unique needs of your business when we deliver training, make recommendations, and suggest workplace accommodations or reasonable adjustments.
As well as being run by an autistic genius, Aspiedent works with autistic adults who are looking for employment and partners with other organisations in the field. This means we provide you with unique autistic insights into the world of work, and invaluable contacts should you wish to embark on a journey to actively recruiting autistic people.