Charities, Organisations and Services for Neurodivergent People

Charities, organisations and services which may be able to help you with employability, training, mentoring and networking

Specific to Autism

National Autistic Society

The NAS provide a variety of work programmes, training and resources to cater for autistic jobseekers and employers looking to benefit from hiring a more diverse workforce.

Ambitious about Autism

Ambitious about Autism run supported internships for young autistic people aged 16 – 25 with Education and Health Care Plans (EHCPs). You will recieve support from the charity during the internship.

Ambitious about Autism – Autism Exchange

Ambitious about Autism’s Autism Exchange internship scheme places young autistic people aged 16 – 25 into companies who they have delivered training to.

Stack Recruitment

A short description of your company and the services you offer.

Specific to Neurodiversity

Exceptional Individuals

Exceptional Individuals advertise jobs from organisations they deem to be neurodiversity friendly. Get in touch with Exceptional Individuals to recieve support to secure the roles advertised.

Specific to Disability

Employ Ability

Employ Ability support dyslexic and disabled candidates into work. Register with them for support and use their jobs board to apply for internships and jobs.


Evenbreak Jobs Board

Evenbreak advertises jobs from disability inclusive companies. Set up their job alerts to recieve new opportunities to your email box.

Disability Confident Jobs Board

The UK Government runs a Disability Confident accreditation scheme for businesses who are becoming inclusive towards disabled people. This job board shows opportunities at those Disability Confident companies.

Specific to Creative Industries

Creative Access

Brixton Finishing School

Media Trust

Iconic Steps

Heart n Soul

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