Boost Your Team's Inclusion and Productivity with Neurodiversity Training


Positive and easy to implement training in neurodivergence awareness and customer and staff inclusive practice.

Learn how to embrace and support neurodivergent people in your workplace, to create a more inclusive, cohesive and productive team

Neurodiversity awareness and customer inclusive practice


The Neurodiversity Initiative offers flexible training options in neurodivergence awareness and customer inclusive practice for businesses and organisations.

Easy to Implement response practices


Designed by professionals in the field of neurodivergence intervention, to provide simple, best practice solutions for businesses and organisations.

Partners platform and community recognition


A partners platform where businesses and organisations can showcase their commitment to neurodiversity and inclusion, and expand their community recognition and relevance.

Our Programs

Online and In-person training

Flexible training options in neurodivergence awareness and customer inclusive practice.

Awareness Training

Equip yourself and your staff with the right tools to meet the needs of your customers or colleagues who are neurodivergent.

Neuwodivergent customer being welcomed

Why gain awareness of neurodivergence when working with customers?

  • Your customers should feel welcomed

    Reduce the unconscious bias of your team: 36% of customers with a disability feel that they receive less support than those without a disability.

  • Retain business

    A person with a disability is three times more likely to bypass an business if their diversity reputation is negative, and twice as likely to discourage others.

  • The stats

    In Australia 1 in 150 people are autistic.

  • The stats
    Know how to change, 57% are unsure of what action to take to become more inclusive their diverse customers.

Why embrace Neurodivergence within your workplace?

  1. Evidence shows that diverse and inclusive teams outperform their peers by 80% in team-based assessments*

  1. People living with neurodivergence are 30% more productive than non-neurodivergent people^

  1. People living with autism are three times more likely to be unemployed than those living with a disability and eight times more than those without.

  1. Diverse teams are happier and more productive, too. In fact, neurodiversity is a competitive advantage according to Harvard Business Review.

*Deloitte Australia research; research report, Sydney 2013. ^Preliminary results: program run by the Australian Department of Human Resources).

Why train with us?

Through our training you will be able to:

  • Effectively respond to and support neurodivergent individuals in the community

  • Retain and recruit top talent, by actively recognising that workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion are good for employees and businesses.

  • Evidence-based response practices designed by professionals in the field of neurodivergence intervention.

  • Build trust and confidence with neurodivergent customers and clients.

  • Gain skills and understanding to promote best practice to ensure your neurodivergent customers, clients, and staff have positive experiences and outcomes.

You'll also be able to

  • Provide a psychologically safe, welcoming and inclusive environment for neurodivergent people and their families.

  • Build your confidence in working with individuals withneurodiverse conditions and their families.

  • Learn how to effectively identify, understand, and respond neurodivergent individuals or people living with sensory needs.

  • Expand your community recognition and relevance.

  • Access various levels of training and consulting services that can be tailored to your business and specific industry.

Hear what our community have to say . . .

Hear what our community have to say . . .

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