Sara-Louise Ackrill

Sara-Louise Ackrill

Harley Street therapist, Neurodiversity Coach and Founder of Wired Differently, a social impact company creating products and services for Autistic and ADHD people.
FEE : £1k – £3k+
Virtual: £1k-£3k
In-person: £1k-£3k

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Sara-Louise Ackrill

Sara-Louise Ackrill is a Neurodiversity Coach, a Harley Street therapist and the Founder of Wired Differently, a social impact company creating products and services for Autistic and ADHD people.

Sara is neurodivergent herself and works with professionals and entrepreneurs in areas as diverse as therapy, coaching and health as well as training, employability, workplace inclusion and health tech.

A former disability and employment specialist, Sara is keen to communicate the challenges of being neurodivergent and how organisations can be genuinely inclusive, through a mix of education and compassion: both for people with disabilities themselves but also compassion towards employers who have no background in disability and who would genuinely like to arm themselves with the right knowledge to meaningfully support and attract ND employees.

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Featured Topics Include:

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Neurodiversity and the workplace
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Therapy and coaching for neurodivergent people
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Disability and employment
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Self-employment when you're neurodivergent
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Being autistic and ADHD - a professional's perspective
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Supporting young people on the spectrum with employability
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Domestic violence and people on the spectrum
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Domestic violence overview (male to female violence in intimate relationships and beyond)
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Domestic violence and the role of the workplace
1
Neurodiversity and the workplace
2
Therapy and coaching for neurodivergent people
3
Disability and employment
4
Self-employment when you're neurodivergent
5
Being autistic and ADHD - a professional's perspective
6
Supporting young people on the spectrum with employability
7
Domestic violence and people on the spectrum
8
Domestic violence overview (male to female violence in intimate relationships and beyond)
9
Domestic violence and the role of the workplace
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Your talk today was very informative and so helpful. I will modify many things that I do as a facilitator thanks to the new understanding that I gained.

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It was honestly great to hear you speak yesterday... hearing your take on the topic of neurodiversity along with your own experiences was powerful.

SR, VP Diversity & Inclusion. London

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