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Coaching in the work place

Workplace Coaching helps companies to retain Neurodiverse Talent


Our workplace coaching is goal orientated and solution-focused: Helping neurodiverse employees to succeed in the work environment. This enables them to achieve their potential and overcome barriers due to their disabilities. 


We help individuals to identify their strengths and challenges and develop strategies to navigate their work environment. This, in turn, can lead to improved performance, communication, and career advancement.


Additionally, coaching can promote staff retention, and a more inclusive workplace culture. Research has shown that with the right support, neurodiverse employers can utilise exceptional talent. This gives organisations a competitive edge due to the diversity of skills, creativity, and approaches to problem solving.


Companies that are nurturing the unique talents of its employees are creating innovative and successful organisations in the long term.
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UK Government Access To Work Scheme

The Access to Work scheme is a government funded initiative that provides a grant to support people who have a physical or mental health condition or a disability. This includes those with Autism, ADHD and other neurodiverse conditions.

It is aimed at removing work-related barriers and helps to pay for things like coaching/mentoring support to help you in the workplace.

Whilst access to assistance does not require a formal diagnosis  - having a diagnosis significantly helps.

To qualify for Access To Work support, you must fulfil the following four criteria: 

  • Have a physical or mental health condition or disability that means you need support to do your job, or get to and from work.

  • Be 16 or over.

  • Be in paid work (or be about to start or return to paid work in the next 12 weeks), even when working from home.

  • Be employed or self-employed.

  • Live and work (or be about to start or return to work) in England, Scotland or Wales. You cannot get Access to Work if you live in the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man. There’s also a different system in Northern Ireland. 

 

A paid job can be full or part-time and can include:

 

employment

self-employment

an apprenticeship

an internship

a work placement

 

You cannot get Access to Work support for voluntary work.

 

Your workplace can include your home if you work from there some or all of the time. It will not affect any other benefits you receive and you will not have to pay it back.

For support to be arranged and funded, you will need to disclose your disability to your employer.

Employment coaching - To Help Find Work 

We can help you with:-

1. Building self-confidence- Helping you identify your key skills, strengths to find those suitable positions.

2. Gaining clarity on what you want to achieve your aspirations and develop a plan for achieving those goals.

3. Creating an impactful CV and covering letter that showcases your skills, experience, and achievements.
4. Strategies to search and navigate the job market.

5. Staying positive whilst navigating your employment journey. Perseverance and being open minded to different opportunities that align with your strengths and interests.

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