Workplace Adjustments

Making the workplace more accessible.

Education Support

Ensuring students of all ages get the right support.

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We are committed to making the workplace more accessible. By engaging with employers and employees to introduce reasonable adjustments that become ingrained in an organisation's culture, we aim to transform the lives of those with a disability.


Your years in education go a long way to determining the life you lead as an adult. A Specific Learning Difficulty (SpLD) such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia and ADHD can often disrupt the learning process. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

Disability Services

  • Reasonable Adjustments
  • Workplace Needs Assessments
  • Diagnostic Assessments
  • Disability Awareness Training
  • Workplace Strategy Coaching
  • Assistive Technology Training
  • Assistive Technology Audit

Assistive Technology

  • Text to Speech
  • Speech Recognition
  • Mind Mapping
  • Note-taking
  • Reading Pens
  • Coloured Overlays
  • Visual Impairment Software & Hardware
  • Hard of Hearing Software & Hardware

Disability Support

  • Dedicated Customer Services
  • Disability Experts
  • Assistive Technology Experts
  • IT Support
  • Technical Support

Workplace Adjustment Service

1. Workplace Needs Assessment

2. Assistive Technology, Ergonomics & Training

3. Dedicated Support & Customer Services

Education Support

1. Free Consultation

2. Assistive Technology

3. Dedicated Support & Customer Services

"We purchased a number of Dragon NaturallySpeaking licences through Dyslexia Box, who advised on the best type of licence and installation..."

James, School, Birmingham

"Dyslexia Box have provided workplace needs assessments for five staff and provide an unrivelled service. I would definitely recommend."

Claire, HR Manager, London

"My department used Dyslexia Box to kit everyone out with the Livescribe Bundles. They're excellent and students use them all the time..."

Karen, University, London