Our Mission

Our aim is to start the Neurodiversity conversation in every workplace.

Neurodiversity is the concept that we recognise, value and celebrate that we all think differently.

Adjust provides employers with a clear, practical and positive understanding of Neurodiversity. We focus on four neurotypes including autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD.

We raise will raise the profile of Neurodiversity across your organisation.

We work Globally to start the neurodiversity conversation in the workplace.

We are currently delivering all of our services virtually.

Daniel Aherne – Director

Daniel founded Adjust in 2016 to raise awareness of Neurodiversity in the workplace by providing organisations with clear, positive and practical training and consultancy.

Adjust has worked with many high profile organisations including, The CIPD, EY, Next, Clifford Chance, Farrer and Co, Unilever, Vodafone, Mercedes and The Met office.

Prior to setting up Adjust Daniel had worked within Neurodiversity in a workplace context for over 15 years. Spending a considerable amount of that time in the National Autistic Society’s’ employment team where he managed the Employment Training.

Daniel has been featured in the book The Bigger Picture Book of Amazing Dyslexics and the Jobs They Do.

Read more about Daniel on Linkedin

Natasha Catchpole – Business Psychologist

Natasha is a Business Psychologist and Coach. She has worked in the field of Neurodiversity for nearly 10 years in a variety of settings, including higher education, prisons and the work place. She has a huge passion for helping people be the best versions of themselves so they can go on to fulfil their potential.

Catherine Cranston – Neurodiversity Consultant

Catherine Cranston has been supporting individuals with dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD for the past twelve years. She is a qualified dyslexia support tutor, an experienced consultant and holds a certificate for the assessment of dyslexia. Catherine aims to unlock your employees full potential through Identification of clear and practical adjustments hat provide neurodiverse individuals with the capacity to succeed in the workplace

Dr Lisa Harkry – Non Executive Director

Dr Lisa Harkry is a Chartered Psychologist specialising in social inclusion, mental health and neurodiversity. She was awarded her PhD in autism and employment from Goldsmiths, University of London. Dr Harkry is unique in that she has considerable academic and practical experience in understanding neurodiversity in an employment context. Dr Harkry brings to Adjust her passion for evidence based strategies. She has advised major corporate organisations, such as GlaxoSmithKline and Virgin Money, on how to recruit autistic talent and manage autistic employees.

Lynn Martin – Non executive director

Professor Lynn Martin PhD is an experienced manager and entrepreneur. She brings to Adjust her considerable experience of business development and professional insight. Through her work she has developed a passion for the benefits neurodiverse individuals can bring to the workplace. Professor Lynn Martin is the President of the Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE), the international body for research and practice in entrepreneurship, she is well known for her ability to bring together different organisations to promote economic growth, business and community benefits.

 

 

Marianne Eloise – Writer

Marianne is an autistic freelance writer covering culture, employment and neurodiversity for outlets including Adjust, The Cut, The New York Times and The Guardian. Read more about Marianne’s work here

 

Charlotte Eade – Neurodiversity Coach

Charlotte is an accredited Coach, Trainer and Assessor supporting organisations, teams and individuals to work at their best. Her focus is to create a safe space to allow people to pause, reflect and explore, and enabling them to make positive changes. Having worked with Neurodiverse clients for over 10 years, she has extensive experience working with a wide range of people in a variety of sectors and settings. Charlotte has a keen interest in Positive Psychology and Social Impact and these guide her practise.