See how neurodivergent people have been supported to move into employment – and the impact it has on their lives.

'One small thing for you can be a very large thing for us'

Harris Roxborough, 33, had to leave her previous job because her employer would not make adjustments for her needs. 

Now she is thriving at TT2 and explains the little changes that have made her working life a lot easier.

Read Harris' story

'I'm 100% happier since I decided to own my autism'

Graham Dunn is autistic with ADHD, and uses his own experiences to promote greater understanding and acceptance among employers.

Read Graham's story.

'Employment programme got me into work after 15 years'

With a little extra training, and being introduced to a new employment field, Michael Addison got his first job in 15 years. He says it has changed his life.

Read Michael's story.

'I got my first ever job at M&S'

Robbie Singh had never had paid employment before. Marks and Spencer helped him access a role in one of their stores with a taster day and placement.

Read Robbie's story

'I secured my dream job'

A little confidence and some workplace adjustments have allowed Callum Jewell to thrive in his “dream” job at North Tyneside General Hospital.

Read Callum's story.

'From unemployed to employee of the month'

Vicky Pervin has made a big impact since joining care homes operator Solehawk in Newcastle.

Read Vicky's story

'I got IT role with the NHS after brain tumour'

The NHS is benefiting from Michael Milson’s IT expertise by tailoring his service desk job to suit his needs.

Read Michael's story

'My confidence has been boosted'

Nathan Walmsley secured a job at Azure Garden Centre in Cramlington via a work trial rather than an interview.

Read Nathan's story

'For the first time I feel accepted as part of a team'

Lindsay Williamson finally feels supported and understood in her job as a teaching assistant.

Read Lindsay's story

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