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Neurodiversity Children’s Profiler

Neurodiversity screening for parents of children 7-16 years old


Aimed at parents or guardians of a child or young person from the age of 7 years to 16 years of age. Providing you with a picture of the child’s strengths and challenges overall, and (where appropriate) how these relate to a range of more commonly associated neurodivergent traits or conditions.

An instant personalised report with practical support and guidance is provided, ensuring you can start supporting your child to maximise their strengths and minimise their challenges right away.

Neurodiversity Children’s Profiler
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About the Profiler

Below you will find more information about the Neurodiversity Children Profiler (for parents), and what is included in the reports.

Who is this for?

This Profiler is aimed at parents or guardians of a child or young person from the age of 7 years to 16 years of age.

There are three versions of this Profiler depending on the Age/Key stage of the child:

  • Key Stage 2 (7 – 11 years)
  • Key Stage 3 (11 – 14 years)
  • Key Stage 4 (14 – 16 years)

What areas does it look at?

The Neurodiversity Children’s Profiler provides you with a picture of the child’s strengths and challenges overall across 7 areas:

  • Emotions and Feelings
  • Attention, Organisation and Time Management
  • Speaking, listening and understanding
  • Literacy
  • Memory, vision, auditory and senses
  • Physical coordination
  • Numeracy

It provides a profile of strengths and challenges related to neurodivergent traits that may be associated with:

  • Dyslexia
  • Dyspraxia ( also known as Developmental Coordination Disorder)
  • Dyscalculia
  • ADHD
  • Autism Spectrum Condition
  • Developmental Language Disorder

Will it give a diagnosis?

A diagnosis of a neurodiverse condition such as Dyslexia or ADHD can only be provided by appropriately qualified specialists.

The report from the Neurodiversity Children’s Profiler will confirm areas of challenges and strengths in different areas and note similarities of the pattern of traits relating to neurodiverse conditions.

The report can be used to explore adjustments and support for your child at home and with information collected in the About Your Child module, can be a basis to discuss if a further referral may be necessary.

What do I get if I complete it?

You will have: An overall picture of your child’s ‘spiky’ profile; Strengths and challenges across the areas and some tips to help; A wide range of practical key stage specific resources depending on your responses.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find the answers to some frequently asked questions about the Neurodiversity Children’s Profiler for Parents.

Will it give a diagnosis?

A diagnosis of a neurodiverse condition such as Dyslexia or ADHD can only be provided by appropriately qualified specialists. The report from the Neurodiversity Children’s Profiler will confirm areas of challenges and strengths in different areas and note similarities of the pattern of traits relating to neurodiverse conditions.

The report can be used to explore adjustments and support for your child at home and with information collected in the About Your Child module, can be a basis to discuss if a further referral may be necessary.

How long does it take to complete?

The Profiler will take no more than 30 minutes to complete and your child’s report will be generated instantly.

Can I share my child’s report?

Yes, once you have completed the Profiler, you can view and download your report. You can then share this report with whomever you wish, including your child’s school. The resources can also be downloaded and printed.

Can I use the Profiler for multiple children?

Each purchase of the Profiler (£25) can only be used for one child. If you would like to use the profiler with more than once child, you will need to make another purchase. Currently we cannot allow you to make more than one purchase at a time.

What’s your refund policy?

Thanks for purchasing our Profiler products. We offer a full money-back guarantee for all purchases made. If you are not satisfied with the product that you have purchased from us, you can get your money back no questions asked. You are eligible for a full reimbursement within 14 calendar days of your purchase. After the 14-day period you will no longer be eligible and won’t be able to receive a refund. We encourage our customers to try the product in the first two weeks after their purchase to ensure it fits your needs. If you have any additional questions or would like to request a refund, feel free to contact us.

Research & Development

The Neurodiversity Children’s Profiler (for parents) is the result of more than 10 years of development, research, and clinical practice.

The Profiler is a screener. It offers a first step to discuss the pattern of strengths and challenges with educators or health professionals and provides you as a parent with some practical guidance.

A diagnosis would need to be made by a specialist who would gather more information and rule in or out other conditions.

The validity component of the Neurodiversity Children’s Profiler (for parents) in relation to the traits associated with the conditions consists of two parts:

1) The definition
2) Data analysis

Where there is an internationally agreed definition of a given disability, then the core to validity of the questions is the degree of agreement between the questions asked and the defining characteristics. To be more specific, if the definition of dyslexia includes “difficulty in the acquisition of reading”, then the questionnaire should have questions about reading and the closer the question is to the words in the definition, including characteristics such as those in DSM-5, then the higher the face validity(i.e. the more acceptable it is).

We ask a series of questions and rank some questions as more indicative than others, and why this is referred to as a screening and not a diagnosis.

We have also used data we have gathered from the people who have completed this over time including collecting data from assessment tools in Profiler itself and comparing the results of Profiler to those who have been given a diagnosis of the conditions.

To read more about the rationale and research behind the Neurodiversity Children’s Profiler (for parents), click here.

Terms and Conditions

These Terms of Use (“Terms”) are a legal agreement between you (“the User” or “you”) and Do-IT Solutions Limited of Ty Derw Lime Tree Court, Cardiff Business Park, Cardiff, CF23 8AB (“the Supplier” or “we”) for Neurodiversity Children’s Profiler, a web-based software tool used to assist identification of possible strengths and weaknesses in users (“Software”), which includes printed materials to be provided by the User from time to time and printable online documentation (“Documentation”).



1.1 In consideration of payment by you of the agreed usage fee and you agreeing to abide by the Terms of Use, the Supplier hereby grants to you non-exclusive, non-transferable access to use the Software and the Documentation on the Terms of Use.

1.2 Under the Terms of Use you may:

1.2.1 access the Software via the Supplier’s server for your own internal purposes and thereby complete each of the modules once; and

1.2.2 print and use any Documentation in support of the use permitted under clause 1.1 and make such number of copies of the Documentation as is reasonably necessary for its lawful use (“Scope of Use”) for a period up to 24 months from the date of purchase of access to the Software.

1.3 The User’s access shall not extend to any of the Supplier’s programs or materials other than the Software and the Documentation.

1.4 The Supplier shall provide such technical support as it deems appropriate in its sole discretion from time to time (“the Technical Support Services”).


2.1 Except as expressly set out in these Terms of Use, you hereby irrevocably undertake during the term of and after termination of access to the Software:

2.1.1 not to copy the Software or Documentation except where such copying is incidental to normal use of the Software or where it is necessary for the sole purpose of back-up or operational security;

2.1.2 not to rent, lease, sub-license, loan, translate, merge, adapt, vary or modify the Software or the Documentation without the Supplier’s prior written consent;

2.1.3 to only use the Software and Documentation for your own internal purposes and not to commercially exploit the Software and the Documentation in any way;

2.1.4 not to make alterations to, or modifications of, the whole or any part of the Software, nor permit the Software or any part of it to be combined with, or become incorporated in, any other programs;

2.1.5 not to copy, alter, adapt, modify or amend the printed reports and otherwise deal with the results, data, user profiles and other information generated by the Software;

2.1.6 not to commercially exploit the printed reports and otherwise deal with the results, data, user profilers and other information generated by the Software;

2.1.7 not to disassemble, decompile, reverse engineer or create derivative works based on, the whole or any part of the Software nor attempt to do any such thing except to the extent that (by virtue of section 296A of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988) such actions cannot be prohibited because they are essential for the purpose of achieving inter-operability of the Software with another software program, and provided that the information obtained by you during such activities: is not unnecessarily disclosed or communicated without the Supplier’s prior written consent to any third party; is not used to create any software which is substantially similar to the Software nor to use such information in any manner which would be restricted by any copyright subsisting in it.

2.1.8 to notify the Supplier immediately in writing if you become aware of any unauthorised use of the whole or any part of the Software or Documentation by any person;

2.1.9 to include the copyright notice of the Supplier on all entire and partial copies you make of the Documentation on any medium; and

2.1.10 without prejudice to the obligations under clause 2.4, to obtain, and assist us to obtain, the consent of users covered by these Terms to store cookies on any devices used by them to access the Software.

2.2 You shall permit the Supplier and its representatives, at all reasonable times and on reasonable advance notice, to inspect and have access to any records kept and all data generated pursuant to these Terms.

2.3 You hereby grant to the Supplier royalty-free, worldwide access to use, process, store, collate:-

2.3.1 printed reports and otherwise deal with the results, data, user profiles and other information generated by the Software during the term of and after termination of access to the Software; and

2.3.2 otherwise deal with the results, data, user profiles and other online data generated by the Software during the term of and after termination of access to the Software.

2.4 In relation to assignment and sub-licensing:

2.4.1 the User has no right to sub-license the benefit or burden of these Terms in whole or in part;

2.4.2 the User has no right to assign the benefit or burden of these Terms in whole or in part, or to allow the Software to become the subject of any charge, lien or encumbrance without the prior written consent of the Supplier; and

2.4.3 the Supplier may assign, charge or otherwise transfer any of its rights or obligations under these Terms.

2.5 You will duly observe your obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998, which arise in connection with the use of the Software pursuant to these Terms.

2.6 You agree to the use of cookies to help facilitate your user experience.


3.1 You hereby acknowledge and confirm that the Software is a profiling tool, not a medical or psychological test or a diagnostic tool, and that you have satisfied yourself on the application, scope and technical specification of the Software and are relying on your own assessment of the Software in accepting these Terms.

3.2 Subject to clause 3.4, the Supplier shall have no liability to you for any loss or damage suffered by you as a result of:-

3.2.1 the use of the Software or the Documentation;

3.2.2 your use of any user profile generated by the Software;

3.2.3 the provision by the Supplier of the Technical Support Services; or

3.2.4 any failure or malfunction of the Supplier’s server which hosts the Software howsoever caused.

3.3 Without prejudice to clause 3.2 and subject to clause 3.4, the Supplier shall not have any liability for loss or damage to physical property, loss of profits anticipated savings, business opportunity, goodwill, loss or corruption of data, special damages even if the Supplier was aware of the circumstances in which such special damage could arise, consequential or other indirect losses (whether arising from any defect in the Software or any other failure or malfunction of the Software or otherwise).

3.4 The provisions of clause 3.2 and clause 3.3 shall not limit or restrict any liability for death or personal injury arising as a result of the negligence of the Suppler, nor any other liability which may not be excluded by law.


Save as expressly specified in these Terms, all terms, conditions, warranties, representations, or guarantees whether express or implied relating to the performance, quality or fitness for purpose of the Software and the Documentation are hereby excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.


Unless expressly agreed by the Supplier in writing, no intellectual property rights of whatever nature in respect of any part of the Software shall vest or be deemed to vest in you, including without limitation all patents, patent applications, trademarks, trade mark applications, trade names, service marks, registered designs, design rights, know-how and copyright (in each whether registered or not) and all applications for the same, anywhere in the world.


6.1 These Terms shall commence on the date of acceptance of the terms and conditions of these Terms and shall be for a period of 24 months from such date unless or until terminated in accordance with clause 6.2

6.2 Access to the Software may be terminated by the Supplier:-

6.2.1 on notice in writing to you with immediate effect if you are in material breach of these Terms which breach (if capable of remedy) is not remedied to the reasonable satisfaction of the Supplier within 30 days of written notice having being given by the Supplier to you which notice specifies the breach and requires its remedy; or

6.2.2 on giving to you 3 months written notice.

6.3 Upon termination of access to the Software for any reason, you shall immediately cease to have any right to use the Software and the Documentation.

6.4 Any provision of these Terms which expressly or by implication is intended to come into or continue in force on or after termination of access to the Software. including clauses 2.1, 2.4 and 4 shall remain in full force and effect.


7.1 These Terms (together with the registration forms that you have completed in relation to the Software) sets out the entire agreement and understanding between the parties in connection with its subject matter and shall override all previous verbal or written agreements and understandings, save in respect of fraudulent misrepresentation.

7.2 Subject to clause 7.3, a person who is not a party to these Terms has no right under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce any points of these Terms, but this does not affect any right or remedy of a third party which exists or is available apart from that act.

7.3 In the event that an end-user making use of the Software carries out any act or omission that would if it were a party to these Terms (in the place of you) put it in breach of the points of these Terms, then you shall be liable for any loss or damage caused to the Supplier by such breach and the Supplier shall be entitled to exercise all rights under these Terms (including rights of termination under clause 6.1) against you on the basis that all references in these Terms to “you” or “the User” shall be treated a references to the relevant end-user.

7.4 No party shall be liable to the other for any delay or non-performance of its obligations under these Terms arising from any cause beyond its control including, without limitation, any of the following: governmental act, war, fire, flood, explosion or civil commotion. For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in this clause shall excuse you from any payment obligations under these Terms.

7.5 No forbearance or delay by either party in enforcing its rights shall prejudice or restrict the rights of that party and no waiver of any such rights or of any breach of any contractual terms shall be deemed to be a waiver of any other right or of any later breach.

7.6 If any provision of these Terms is judged to be illegal or unenforceable, the continuation in full force and effect of the remainder of the provisions shall not be prejudiced.

7.7 Any amendment, waiver or variation of these Terms shall not be binding on the parties unless set out in writing, expressed to amend these Terms and signed by or on behalf of each of the parties.

These Terms of Use shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales and all the parties hereto irrevocably submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales as regards any claim, dispute or matter arising out of or relating to these Terms.

What is neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity is, as the name suggests, a term which expresses the fact that all of our brains (neuro) are wired differently (diverse). Originally used in the late 1990s in particular with those with Autism Spectrum Disorder, it is now used for a wider collection of conditions including dyslexia, dyspraxia (DCD or Developmental Coordination Difficulties), ADHD and language disorders.

The common factor with these “labels” is that they all use a series of traits to identify/diagnose the condition but you do not need to show all of those conditions to have that “classification”. This, of course, highlights that everybody is different – neurodiverse. So, for example, no two dyslexia individuals are the same. Once we understand this, then we can focus on the specific problems rather than try to make assumptions about what may be the difficulties based on some generalised classification. That is, the labels may be very good (in current circumstances) to open funding pots, but may be limited in the provision of support.

The Neurodiversity Children’s Profiler (for parents) provides guidance based upon these principles, offering feedback from specific responses. However, it does also provide a summary of traits, since we also understand that people sometimes need labels.

Customer testimonials

We have a growing community of wonderful organisations who care about the individuals they work with and want to make a difference. Here’s what some of them have 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."
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CEO, Janette Beetham, Right Resources Ltd

"Having used the Do-IT Profiler ‘Workplace Assessors+’ with individuals in a cross section of workplace settings for the past 18 months I would definitely recommend it to those qualified to undertake workplace needs assessments. The multi-modular nature of the Do-IT Workplace Assessors+ means you can select the most appropriate and useful elements to provide a more bespoke screening experience for each individual."

Deborah Reeve, Admiral

"Here at Admiral, we were interested in exploring Psychometric testing in Recruitment. We wanted to identify what ‘great’ looks like in specific departments across the business and use this measure to enhance our selection process. We began with a benchmark of companies that provide psychometric testing. After a broad analysis of several potential providers, we opted for Do-IT who do things differently...Candidates, Recruitment Managers and Department Managers alike have found the tool useful and we are looking forward to developing it further and discovering more opportunities to use Do-IT across the business!"
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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."

People Partner, Karina Olver, FSCS

"The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has recently worked closely with Do-IT Profiler and Dr. Amanda Kirby to progress our inclusivity work with a particular focus on Neurodiversity and how we can best support our colleagues. Dr. Kirby held an informative learning session on Neurodiversity with our colleagues, which was invaluable for all that attended. We also undertook the Neurodiversity Confident - Gap Analysis and Disability Confident - Gap Analysis which helped us highlight any areas for development where we could take further steps to improve our ways of working and processes. We are proud that we have recently received our Disability Confident Leader status, and Do-It Profiler has been instrumental with their guidance and support in helping us achieve this."

Group Diversity & Inclusion Lead, Giles M Barker, BT

"We have had the pleasure of Amanda facilitating two excellent neurodiversity training sessions as part of our Disability Rapid Action Plan. The first took us through an introduction to neurodiversity and the second looked at neurodiversity and children. These created a lot of engagement and questions from the large audiences that attended both sessions."

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