Autism and Neurodiversity Consultancy Services

Callum talking to his business partner and mother, Caren, with a roller brand stood up behind. Brands we have worked with: Royal Carribean International, Alpine F1 Team and the Conservative Party. Callum talking to his business partner and mother, Caren, with a roller brand stood up behind. Brands we have worked with: Royal Carribean International, Alpine F1 Team and the Conservative Party.

Services overview

Do you have ‘powerpoint fatigue’? If your answer is yes, you’ve come to the right place. Callum offers his autism and neurodiversity consultancy services in a ‘talk-show’ style. In conversation with his business partner and mother, Caren, he talks about his individual experiences, strengths and challenges as an autistic person. This can be tailored to your requirements. Whether you are an educational institution or a business, Callum can provide you with invaluable insights to help you strengthen your working relationship with autistic or other neurodivergent students or colleagues. Callum has 5 years of consultation experience and sees his work as a journey and a mission to help neurodivergent and neurotypical people to truly understand each other, enabling them to work as a team.

Talks at schools & universities

Callum provides talks and Q&As to schools, colleges and universities offering the following options:

  • A 45-to-60 minute ‘talk-show’ style presentation
  • An insight into Callum's life with autism
  • A list of tips on how your students could be a lot more productive with their revision and exams
  • An outline of the ways that your students can prepare for life after education
  • A Q&A session for the audience
  • Book reading and signing sessions
  • Callum also offers in person 1-2-1 sessions for confidential discussions about autism & ADHD with your students and their parents/teachers
  • CPD sessions for Teachers
  • Career Events
  • Neurodiversity Resource Booklets for Students, Parents or Teachers

Schools & universities Callum has worked with: Egglescliffe School | Green Meadows Academy | Fulneck School |

Talks/Webinars & Consultancy for companies & institutions

Callum provides talks, webinars & consultancy to companies/institutions to offer the following (both online and in person)

  • A 45-to-60 minute ‘talk-show style’ presentation
  • An insight into Callum's life with autism
  • A detailed comparison of good and bad employment experiences
  • Solutions that aim to significantly improve working relationships between employers/colleagues and autistic employees
  • A Q&A session for your audience
  • Book reading and signing sessions
  • Callum also offers in person 1-2-1 sessions for confidential discussions about autism & ADHD with employees or managers
  • Post-Event Assessment Reports listing Q&As, evaluations and recommendations
  • Neurodiversity Blueprints & Resource Booklets for Employees and Employers/Managers/Colleagues

What Callum's clients have said about his services…

We partnered with Caren and Callum for an event during Neurodiversity Celebration Week. The whole process was flawless. We had such incredible feedback from the event internally and really cannot thank Caren and Callum enough for sharing their incredibly personal journey. It was just an absolute joy to work with them.

Kelly Harding

HR Business Partner ‑ D&I, Alpine Formula One Team

Here is a preview of Callum's talks and webinars...

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