We will increase the number of neurodiverse employees recruited and retained by organisations through assisting employers to maximise the potential of their most valuable untapped resource – their neurodiverse recruits and employees.
Daniel Aherne – Director
Daniel set up Adjust to provide employers with clear, practical and professional training and consultancy in order to harness the talents of their staff with neurodiverse conditions. Daniel has worked with Neurodiverse individuals for over the last 15 years and spent a considerable amount of that time in the National Autistic Society’s’ employment training team. Daniel has a strong interest in advising employers on how to support and effectively manage their neurodiverse employees through training and consultancy.
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 adjustmentst hat provide neurodiverse individuals with the capacity to succeed in the workplace
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.
Maxine Frances Roper – Dyspraxia Consultant
Maxine trains businesses in how to support employees, customers and service users with dyspraxia. She has presented on dyspraxia to companies from a range of sectors including Sainsburys’, St Mungo’s, Deloitte, the National Audit Office, the Open University and the Business Disability Forum. She is dyspraxic herself and was identified while a student at Durham University in the early 2000’s. Maxine has a keen interest in mental health and its links with dyspraxia and neurodiversity.