Prison profiler

1 in 3 people in prison will have a learning difficulty or disability (also known as Neurodiversity). Most will not have a diagnosis as they may have been excluded

from school, been looked after children or have just fallen below the radar of detection. Knowing how to support each person and also considering the context of often complex and chaotic lives is a real challenge. Do-IT Profiler helps to make personalised provision a reality.

Here’s how we can help…

Quick identification of need

The Profiler quickly identifies Neurodiverse strengths and challenges.

Upskilling staff

We provide neurodiversity training specifically for the prison environment.

Instant targeted support

The Profiler reports allows you to identify the areas for targeted support.

The benefits

  • Individual report showing strengths and challenges-instant feedback for the person
  • Practical strategies to support identified challenges for the person, contextualised to the prison
  • Practical strategies to support identified challenges for staff working in prison, contextualised to prison environment
  • Built in resources in PDF documents, sound files and bitesize videos for the person to access
  • Instant data at individual, group and prison level to support signposting to Health Care, Case Conferences, intervention planning, reporting and compliance
  • Available in multi- languages for people whose English is not their first language
  • Supports violence reduction and safer custody

Customer testimonials

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

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Operational Manager, Lee Matthews, St Helens Youth Justice Service

“Do-IT profiler’ has been an invaluable in assisting Youth Justice Service practitioners to identify the neurodiverse strengths and challenges of the children that we work with. Using this tool, practitioners have been able to tailor plans and interventions specifically with each child in mind. In addition, practitioners have been able to share findings with other key agencies to ensure a each child’s needs are supported appropriately across the partnership. Regular data analysis from the team has also helped us to gain a greater understanding of the neurodiversity of children known to our service.”