- Screening for neurodiversity, aiding study skills, and maximising health and wellbeing
- Student+ Profiler provides personalised self-managed resources for the student and guidance for staff to make reasonable adjustments. Developed over the past ten years by internationally-renowned experts. It looks to maximise student’s skills and understand the challenges relating to many aspects of life.
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Do-IT Profiler is a college and 6th Form assessment and screening system taking a learner centred practical approach.
costings for your organisation.
Neurodiversity Profiler benefits
As a college, you want to know which students need additional support early on in their journey.
Neurodiversity Profiler provides a cost and time effective solution to deliver support early on in the year for students who may have Dyslexia,Dyspraxia,ADHD, ASD, Language and communication challenges.
Some tools in the past have looked at ‘Dyslexia only’ despite everyone having a unique profile of strengths and challenges. Study skills and wellbeing mat not always been considered despite some students having challenges.
Neurodiversity Profiler takes a biopsychosocial approach to assessment delivering person-centered guidance for each student in your college from Day 1, helping staff to support all students.
How will it help the students and the college?
Challenges for most colleges is to deliver a cost and time effective solution to allow students to gain appropriate support. Ideally, this is delivered before ‘real challenges’ emerge and students are at increased risk of ‘dropping out’.
Not all students come with a ‘label’. Some students may be re-entering education after a long break; others may have had challenges since school days and know they need help and want this straight away. Others may have never had their needs assessed and be struggling and find it hard to ask for help.
Neurodiversity Profiler offers an equitable approach to pin point early who needs support and delivers a person-centred approach.
Some sixth form colleges are deploying across the campus as a part of the induction process, meaning that every student is supported from the beginning of the year.