Different Assistive Technologies for the Workplace on Offer with Exceptional Individuals

Understand your different learning styles due to neurodivergence and identify which strategies and tech would help you in the workplace.




This workshop will equip attendees to understand different learning styles due to their neurodivergence and identify which strategies and tech would help with their own learning style in the workplace.

Explore what is meant by assistive technology and how that applies to Nerodivergents such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism and ADHD. We’ll be looking at physical tech that you can hold in your hands, as well as pioneering software that allows you to focus on your strengths.

We’ll also be weighing up the pros and cons to speech to text software text-to-speech as well as the different methods of funding this.

At Exceptional Individuals, we pride ourselves on having a neurodiverse team. Over half of our staff are neurodivergent, with a range of neurodivergence, from ADHD, to Autism, to OCD! We see our neurodivergence as a unique selling point, that allows us to thrive, and allows us easily to be empathetic with the people we work with.
This event is taking place live from Dublin, Ireland. Please calculate the time difference if joining from elsewhere.
This event is open to both our Iconic members and non-members.

About the Host:

Nat Hawley of Exceptional Individuals.
Exceptional Individuals provides consulting, recruitment and employment support to employers and individuals with dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD and autism. “We provide the benefit of lived experience and are passionate about creating wider employment opportunities and better understanding and appreciation for neurodivergent individuals everywhere.”

Nat is a Neurodiversity champion and advocate for people with learning differences such as autism. Pride of Britain award nominee, #BU30under30 list-maker and recognized by HRH, The Prince of Wales for heroism, international fundraising and public speaking for the rights of people with disabilities.

The event is finished.


Oct 13 2021


7:00 am - 8:00 am

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