The CIPD defines Neurodiversity as:
"Neurodiversity refers to the natural range of differences in human brain function. Amongst employers, it’s become the term used to describe alternative thinking styles including dyslexia, autism, ADHD and dyspraxia as they relate to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. These can have unique strengths, ranging from data-driven thinking to sustained focus over long periods, an ability to spot patterns and trends, and the capacity to process information at extraordinary speeds."

It is estimated that at least 10% of the population are considered Neurodiverse – and we tend to confine this to autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD, at the moment.    

This survey sets out to assess knowledge and confidence, and understand what would most help employers in the areas of recruitment and engagement.

At the end of the survey, you can opt-in to win £200 worth of Amazon vouchers and receive a summary of our findings.

This survey is a collaboration between 106 Communications and Adjust, who have partnered together to help organisations more successfully attract, hire and develop neurodiverse talent.

Question Title

* 1. Please rate these people in your organisation for their awareness and understanding of neurodiversity

  Highly Aware Aware Fairly Aware Fairly Unaware Unaware Highly Unaware Don't Know or N/A
The HR function / Recruiters
Line managers
Senior leaders
The wider workforce