Free webinar, support guides, best practice advice & more


As social distancing measures continue, many of us are still working remotely. For some employees, the virtual workspace can be particularly overwhelming.

For your staff with neurodiverse conditions, such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism and ADHD, remote working can cause additional challenges to the working day. At home distractions, communication barriers and loss of routine, can lead to employees feeling stress and overwhelmed. It's important that support is in place.

We'd like to help.


What you'll receive:


A 30 minute recorded webinar

In our webinar we highlight some of the everyday communication challenges faced by neurodiverse colleagues, and explore how best to overcome these in a remote working environment. We introduce you to our powerful literacy and productivity support tool, Read&Write, that's already helping millions of people with varying needs - all over the world - to work smarter, more efficiently, and more accurately.

A guide for employees

As well as the webinar recording, you'll also gain access to a guide for employees, with ideas to help them get used to a remote working environment. We've also put together some useful information for employers and managers, with some simple yet thoughtful ways to help them to support neurodiverse staff working remotely.

Additional resources

We've also pulled together lots of useful content to help you as you look to the future. From blogs on blended working, to a podcast forecasting 2021 workplace trends, you'll find lots to help you adjust to the evolving workspace.


Who can benefit?


Whether you're a current Texthelp customer or new to what we do, you'll be sure to take away some helpful tips for supporting a remote working environment.


Register to receive your free support resources...

Registrants who opt in to hear from us will receive access to a series of webinars on Disability Inclusion and blogs from thought leaders on the topic.

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