Helping students to be their best

Neurodiversity Profiler for Universities allows staff to gain a quick personalised understanding of strengths and challenges to target support.

Helping both staff and the student put adjustments and support in place in a timely

manner, aiding retention and creating better outcomes for all.

Profiler considers the Neurodivergent traits associated with Dyslexia, ADHD, ASC, Dyspraxia/DCD, Dyscalculia and social and communication challenges, along with understanding any study skills gaps, suggesting personalised strategies for university and at home, aiding wellbeing.

Here’s how we can help…

Quick and efficient online neurodiversity screener

Neurodivergent traits often overlap and not everyone fits into a neat box. Profiler considers traits associated with Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia (DCD), ADHD, Language and communication challenges, and Autism Spectrum Conditions.

Instant guidance for both staff and the student

Practical resources and tips to help save time and increase engagement.

Measuring outcomes

Helping to better measure outcomes to aid planning for future provisions.

The benefits

  • Quick to set up and use with large numbers of students with minimal staff training
  • Students can easily complete the tools at home, or in university
  • Accessible for all, including those with dyslexia traits
  • Instant report with guidance can save support time and reduce the need for DSA assessments
  • Data can aid current and future planning of whole cohorts of students
  • Study skills, wellbeing and employability tools can be used at different stages of the student’s journey

Customer testimonials

What love hearing from our customers, here’s what some of our education clients had to say about Do-IT…

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University of Nottingham

“The Do-It Profiler is more than a screener and it has proved to be a really effective resource for the University. It has been invaluable in supporting the increasing number of students exploring the possibility of having a Specific Learning Difference. Not only does the report it produces support students in deciding whether they wish to undertake a formal assessment for a range of SpLDs, but the program also helps each student identify their strengths and limitations and matches this profile to various study resources, so empowering independent student learning. Several academic schools have benefitted from using the latter aspect of the Do It Profiler during their transition programmes.”