NeuroInclusivity for the Workplace

Currently one-third of the population are taught in a way that is different from the way they learn. Our education system does not know about our gift, our natural ability to alter perception. It assumes we are, and should be, sound processors (we have an internal conversation) when in fact one-third of the students are non-verbal processors, (with an internal film) thinking in images and feelings and it does not provide us with the images we need.

Would you like to have a workplace where you can benefit fully from these remarkable individuals and the skills they possess? They are the problem solvers, the ‘thinking outside the box’ individuals, they are so creative and gifted in so many areas. They are the designers, architects, athletes, strategists, entrepreneurs, empathetic with people and animals, incredible tradesmen, event planners, actors, film makers, photographers, authors, musicians, chefs, scientists, artists, inventors.
Would you like them to be confident that they can express themselves as individuals and still feel included, even have their ideas and opinions sought after? Would you like to be able to reach all your clients, no matter how they think and learn? Think about Richard Branson, who for many years had no idea what net worth meant, despite being a millionaire!


NeuroInclusivity for the Classroom

NeuroInclusivity means that every individual’s learning style is fully understood and able to flourish resulting in a cognitive opportunity for all.  Currently this is not the case. The good news is that our experience has shown NeuroInclusivity to be an achievable goal in education with simple, cost effective strategies. Everyone is entitled to reach their full potential rather than grow up believing themselves to be stupid.  We need your help to make sure that problem is widely known, the cause acknowledged and the necessary changes made to right this wrong. 

"Author Sue Hall understands dyslexia from the inside out – "

~Abigail Marshall, author, The Everything Parent’s Guide to Children with Dyslexia and When Your Child has … Dyslexia

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