It’s estimated that 1 in 7 people have a neurological difference. Ensuring your workplace supports neurodiversity is key to a more innovative, productive and valuable workforce.
A neurodiverse workforce allows for diversity of thought within your organization. Neurodivergent individuals bring unique perspectives and skillsets to the team that ultimately drive an innovative culture.
It’s important for every workplace to be neurologically inclusive and create an environment where everyone is able to work to the best of their ability, regardless of neurological differences.
Traditional, linear work methods can be harder to process for neurodivergent people whose brains interpret information differently. Ayoa offers a flexible approach to working that inspires creative thinking and utilizes visual working techniques.
Unlike other assistive tech tools, Ayoa allows neurodivergent employees to work alongside their neurotypical colleagues in one workspace. By adopting a tool that benefits every team member, workplaces can ensure they are providing their employees with the right foundation for their best work.
Exporting options, including PDFs, Word documents and images.
Personal planner with category names taken from the Pictorial Exchange Communication System.
Speed keys for keyboard navigation and control.
Change the background colours for easy reading.
Collaborate with others using comments, instant messaging & video chat.
Neurodiversity-friendly font, OpenSans, used across the app.
Ayoa’s an absolute godsend for my visually needy disorganised autistic/adhd brain. There are so many features designed with neurodivergent clients in mind and the free version is excellent. As well as 3 types of mindmap there's also non-linear task planning! I wish I'd found it sooner.
Access to Work is a publicly-funded employment support programme in the UK that helps disabled people start or stay in work. Click the button below to find out more about Access to Work for neurodivergent employees.
Dyslexia is a common and lifelong, neurological difference, affecting approximately 10% of the population, and can impact reading, writing or spelling. Click the button below to learn more about dyslexia and our assistive technology.
Take a look at our guides on how you can make your workplace more neuro-inclusive.