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It is estimated that 15% of the population have dyslexia and/or other specific learning differences (SpLD), therefore it's highly probable that there will be neurodiversity within any workplace.

Neurodiversity can be a significant asset to an organisation, bringing a different dimension to problem-solving or creativity in the way that an organisation operates and delivers its products and/or services.

Being dyslexia-friendly makes good business sense. Embedding this ethos within your organisation benefits everyone, it enables your employees to fulfil their potential and also supports your dyslexic customers and clients.