Navigating the Intersection of Trauma and Neurodiversity

Navigating the Intersection of Trauma and Neurodiversity

In the realm of paediatrics and neurodevelopmental medicine, understanding the intricate relationship between trauma and neurodiversity is paramount. …

Neurodiversity Index Report 2024

Neurodiversity Index Report 2024

We are excited to now be launching, for a second year in a row, the 2024 Neurodiversity Index Report in partnership City and Guilds Foundation. The …

Neurodiversity and  Menopause

Neurodiversity and Menopause

Menopause happens when a woman has gone 12 months without menstruating. The phase before menopause – the peri-menopause – involves large fluctuations …

Are you a 'control freak'?

Are you a ‘control freak’?

Is the balance between control and flexibility a neurodivergent paradox? I love to know what I am doing when. At the same time I don’t like being cons…

Are you over compliant?

Are you Over Compliant?

The etymology of the term compliance can be traced to the Latin verb “complere” (having all parts or elements; lacking nothing). Complere is also the…

Neurodiversity Index Report 2024

Neurodiversity Index Report 2024 – Get Involved

We are thrilled to announce that we’ve launched the survey once again this year, in collaboration with the City & Guilds Foundation, as they diligentl…

Neurodiversity and Gender Bias

Neurodiversity and Gender Bias

Why has it taken so long for girls and women to have their own ND traits recognised? Neurosexism is an alleged bias in the neuroscience of sex differe…

Creating Neuro-inclusive Meetings

Creating Neuro-Inclusive Meetings

How often do we think about making meetings really inclusive? We have got comfortable in Teams/Zoom etc using Chat, putting ‘hands up’ and even clapp…

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Rationale for the Do-IT Neurodiversity University Profiler

Universities are under greater pressure than ever to get support to the right student in a timely manner. Retention and completion rates are also impo…

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Apprenticeships, Learning Support Funding (LSF) and the Do-IT Neurodiversity Apprenticeship Profiler

Every apprenticeship provider and employers wants to do their best for all their apprentices. Understanding the needs of each learner from Day 1 can m…

Melanie Francis (Chartered FCIPD) - Director of Neurodiversity at Work

Melanie Francis (Chartered FCIPD) joins the Do-IT team!

We are so delighted and excited to announce that Melanie Francis, Chartered FCIPD has joined our Do-IT team as Director of Neurodiversity at Work. Sh…

Neurodiversity Index Report 2023

Neurodiversity Index Report 2023

New research from the City & Guilds Foundation, and neurodiversity experts Do-IT Solutions finds that employers are currently failing to support neuro…

ReciteMe Accessibility Report 2022

ReciteMe Accessibility Report 2022

We are delighted to be featured in @Recite Me’s 2022 Accessibility Report! Inclusion is a priority here at Do-IT Solutions and that is why we are…

Lifetime Achiever Award

Inclusive Awards 2022 – Lifetime Achiever

Congratulations to our CEO Professor Amanda Kirby, who was recently awarded the Lifetime Achiever Award at Inclusive Companies Inclusive Awards 2022….

Creating Neuro-inclusive events

Creating Neuro-Inclusive Events

Check out this handy guide to creating neuro-inclusive events. Handy tips for the planning stage, before the event, during and after….

NEW Neurodiversity Workplace Profiler Logo

BRAND NEW Neurodiversity Workplace Profiler

BRAND NEW Neurodiversity Workplace Profiler. For anyone in employment, moving into employment, SME’s, and workplace assessors. At Do-IT we recognise t…

Neurodiversity - Why do we need to get the right numbers?

Neurodiversity – Why do we need to get the right numbers?

Why is getting ‘good’ data important for becoming truly neuroinclusive? Someone asked me the other day if I knew of the stats for the number of peopl…

“Neurodiversity: A New Paradigm” Conference 2022

Last month we had the privilege of bringing the “Neurodiversity: A New Paradigm” Conference 2022 together with the ADHD Foundation and Lexxic. …

Hands up

Creating Neuroinclusive Boardrooms and C-Suites

There has been much discussion about the need to increase diversity in the workplace at all levels progress remains slow for example relating to gende…

I Am An Ally

Neurodiversity and Allyship

Allyship is when a person of privilege works in partnership with a marginalized group of people to remove the barriers that challenge that group’s rig…

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Neurodiversity 101- are we all a ‘bit ADHD’​ or not​?

A couple of weeks ago I was invited to share my thoughts on ‘Radio 5 Live’ about a book by Johan Hari book– Stolen focus which talks about us all beco…

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Neurodiversity 101 – What’s in a diagnosis?

As a doctor, I was taught as a medical student that 90% of the diagnosis was based on a good history. Writing this article reminded me about the Balin…

Neurodiversity Celebration Week

Neurodiversity and Parents – Useful Guide

Download this free practical guide with links to resources and organisations for parents/guardian/carers of Neurodiverse children….

Lunch & Learn Webinar. Introduction to developing neuro-inclusive workplaces in 2022 with Professor Amanda Kirby. March 31st.

Lunch & Learn Webinar – Introduction to developing Neuro-inclusive workplaces

Are you interested in learning about developing Neuro-inclusive workplaces?  In this introductory session with Professor Amanda Kirby, she will explo…

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Neurodiversity and Recruitment – ‘Computer says no’?

Mckinsey published a report in 2020 considering why diversity wins and inclusion matters. Their 2019 analysis founds that companies in the top quartil…

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Neurodiversity- be careful that we don’t end up bleaching it!

Words are powerful – be careful that the multicolored NEU(NEW) in NEU-rodiversity… doesn’t become bleached! I mostly like the framing of neurodiversi…

Gemma Sedgwick - Customer Relationship Manager

Do-IT welcomes the newest member of the team!

It’s now been nearly a month since Gemma Sedgwick, our newest team member, joined Do-IT as our Customer Relationship Manager. We’re thrilled to have h…

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Do-IT Profiler at Southern Virginia University

Do-IT are proud to be in partnership with Southern Virginia University in the United States, read the blog by Lia Wheatley (Director of the Personal L…

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Neurodiversity and New Accessibility Standards

A new standard of website Accessibility is on the way The new WCAG 3.0 guidelines have been in the drafting process since January, with an estimated …

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Is There a Link Between Neurodiversity and Mental Health?

Neurodiversity, a term thought to have been coined by Australian sociologist Judy Singer in the late 1990s, represents the different ways in which peo…

Rationale and Evidence for Do-IT Profiler

Rationale and Evidence for Do-IT Profiler

There is extensive evidence that neurodevelopmental conditions including Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) , Attention-…

New Website and Logo

‘Coloured Balls in a Bucket’ – The Inspiration Behind Our New Logo

Read all about the inspiration behind our new website and logo. Here at Do-IT our team has had a busy 6 months, working on the design of our brand new…

Managing children's stress levels

Managing yours and your children’s stress levels

This has been an extraordinary time for everyone. For parents with children of all ages it also means balancing children’s needs and their wellbeing a…

Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2021

Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2021

Do-IT Solutions is proud to celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day by joining together with great companies like Recite Me to raise awareness of…

New managing director Do-It

Do-IT Solutions has a new Managing Director

Do-IT Solutions are excited to announce the promotion of Helen Arnold-Richardson to Managing Director taking the company on the next stage of the jour…

International Women's Day 2021

Where Have All The Girls Gone? (Report)

To coincide with International Women’s Day 2021, we have released the report – Where Have All The Girls Gone? Click the button below to download the P…

Rationale for Neurodiversity Children's Profiler (for parents)

Rationale for Neurodiversity Children’s Profiler (for parents)

Embracing neurodiversity – an inclusive whole child approach Neurodiversity is about all of us and considers the diverse and different ways our brains…

Supporting apprentices with Do-IT Profiler

Supporting Your Apprentices With Do-IT Profiler

Last week we celebrated National Apprenticeship Week (7th – 14th February 2021). Below you will find a specially recorded webinar to celebrate the wee…

Encouraging positive interactions with your children at home

Encouraging positive interactions with your children at home

Encouraging positive interactions at home Consider environmental triggers: Are there certain times or situations when you see some specific behaviours…

Neurodivergent family

Your neurodivergent is our family’s neurotypical!

As a parent we worry about our children. We want them to be happy and be the best selves they can be. We sometimes want them to also fit in or blend i…

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Is Neurodiversity coming out in 2021?.. and should we have to?

Scholars over the past years have pointed to the relentless focus on the ways in which identity is constructed through the interpretation of visible b…

Neurodiversity: Embracing inclusivity in the magistrates’ courts

Neurodiversity: Embracing inclusivity in the magistrates’ courts

Magistrates Association cut out and keep guide to Neurodiversity. Embracing inclusivity in the magistrates’ courts. December 2020…

Neurodiversity in youth justice

Neurodiversity in youth justice – supporting children to achieve their goals

Many of the children who enter the Youth Justice System will have complex lives and have faced adversity that some of us could only imagine. Many have…

Disability is Everyone's Business

Disability is Everyone’s Business

Neurodiversity is about all of us and considers the diverse and different ways our brains work and how we process information. As a parent you will se…

What is Neurodiversity? (for parents)

What is Neurodiversity? (for parents)

Neurodiversity is about all of us and considers the diverse and different ways our brains work and how we process information. As a parent you will se…

Neuroinclusive hiring – let’s get the talent on board

Neuroinclusive hiring – let’s get the talent on board

1 in 6 people is likely to be neurodivergent. Each person is different and comes with different strengths and talents. They are your potential employe…

Why do some young people miss out on getting a diagnosis of different neurodiverse conditions… or get the wrong one?

Why do some young people miss out on getting a diagnosis or get the wrong one?

There are many issues that may act as a barrier to gaining a diagnosis of different neurodiverse conditions such as DYSLEXIA or ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPE…

Making more from less – we can improve neurodiverse services for all

Making more from less – we can improve neurodiverse services for all

The ‘Inverse Care Law’ says those who need it most are the least likely to get it. In Neurodevelopmental Disorders/Neurodiversity services-…

Making more from less – we can improve neurodiverse services for all

What is Neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity is the way we think, move, act, communicate and process information. We are all different. Some people have challenges and strengths a…