How we support our Neurodiversity patients
Our patients will have access to educational resources, created and curated by medical experts on the most complicated and common neurodiversity issues.
Through the Fertifa app, patients will have access to video calls with our in-house clinical team. Our team will advise on best next steps and referrals.
We refer any patients for Diagnostic or Screening Assessments via our dedicated partner. We are there every step of the way, and beyond.
What the Neurodiversity patient journey looks like
We provide our patients with ongoing wellbeing support and navigational advice for all neurodiversity conditions, from dyslexia to dyspraxia to ADHD to autism spectrum conditions. Through our personalised, expert support, we provide our patients with the right care, at the right time for them.
30-min consultation with our clinical team to discuss your journey and next steps. We will discuss your neurodiversity-specific concerns or challenges and advise on what's best for you.
If together we decide that a referral is best, we will refer you on to our dedicated neurodiversity partner, Lexxic. Their support services include Diagnostic Assessments and Screening Assessments for all neurodiverse conditions.
If your company offers financing as part of your benefits package, you can upload your invoices and receipts from any screenings or treatment directly though the Fertifa app. You'll be reimbursed through your monthly payroll.
No matter the journey, our team of experts will be with you every step of the way, until you no longer need us.
Meet our trusted neurodiversity partners
Lexxic are a leader in the field of neurodiversity. Their team of in-house psychologists are dedicated to supporting organisations to develop environments where neurodiversity can flourish, supporting individuals with neurodifferences such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum conditions (ASC), cognitive functioning difficulties and mental health.
1 in 5 (20%)
of the population is neurodiverse. This includes 10 percent of people who are diagnosed with dyslexia, 6 percent with dyspraxia, 5 percent with ADHD and 1–2 percent with autism.
Nearly three-quarters (70%)
of neurodivergent employees experience mental health issues, a study from Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has found, leading to calls for better employer support.
Why we’re industry leading
Supporting our patients, every step of the way
Employers should be offering tailored support for neurodiverse employees, as this group reports higher instances of burnout, financial insecurity, and poor physical health.
Half (50%) of neurodivergent people said they felt burnt out at work, compared to just 38% of neurotypical employees
45% of neurodiverse employees found it difficult to maintain focus during virtual meetings
Only a quarter (25%) of neurodivergent employees felt financially secure and emotionally balanced
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Thousands of employees, in over 25 countries.
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