The world of inclusive hiring and diagnosis enhanced by the newest tech at each step of your journey.

• 2023 •

Michael Jakubiak


Podcast ADHD founder talking

Michael Jakubiak

OUR Nuerodiveristy Passport 1.0

Our Neurodiversity Passport helps establish your needs to prospective and current employers, so you skip often difficult conversations and focus on the job. 


It is a bridge between employer and employee which allows you to unleash the human potential. 

We aim to send your passport within 48 hours. 


Click the image to take you to the neurodiversity passport: 


What do ND AXON do? 

Together with R&D Partner the University of Manchester we are making life a better place for neurodivergent individuals 

In cooperation with three brilliant scientists from the University of Manchester on the R&D side, we are developing an Inclusive Recruitment Robot geared for neurodiversity, to help businesses to recruit, cut hiring costs and make recruitment quick, easy and inclusive by default. The same tool will let neurodivergent people get into and stay in employment but will be suitable for any individual.


The algorithms we are developing lead us to make a Diagnostic Tool for the NHS and doctors, which will provide users with an instant diagnosis without years of waiting, multiple doctor appointments, digging into school reports and assessments required currently by neurodivergent individuals to identify these brain variations. We want to implement this tool in each UK surgery to start with.


The same tool can also be useful for Insurance companies for assessing risk.



What is neurodiversity? 

It is an umbrella term describing natural brain variations like Autism, ADHD or dyslexia. 

Neurodiversity describes the idea that people experience and interact with the world around them in many different ways; there is no one "right" way of thinking, learning, and behaving, and differences are not viewed as deficits.

The word neurodiversity refers to the diversity of all people, but it is often used in the context of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), as well as other neurological or developmental conditions such as ADHD or learning disabilities. The neurodiversity movement emerged during the 1990s, aiming to increase acceptance and inclusion of all people while embracing neurological differences. Through online platforms, more and more autistic people were able to connect and form a self-advocacy movement. At the same time, Judy Singer, an Australian sociologist, coined the term neurodiversity to promote equality and inclusion of "neurological minorities." While it is primarily a social justice movement, neurodiversity research and education is increasingly important in how clinicians view and address certain disabilities and neurological conditions. (Harvard Medical School)



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