we are


We’re a leading workplace adjustments provider based in the UK, dedicated to fostering inclusive and accessible work environments for disabled and neurodivergent individuals.

Our goal is to make the workplace a level-playing field – one where everyone thrives and reaches their full potential.

Working with organisations and employees we create awareness, improve well-being, and break down barriers within the workplace through our tailored end-to-end support programmes.

Together, we can make a meaningful impact on people’s lives.

Meet the management team

We support:

Organisations, HR teams and Diversity, Equality & Inclusion Professionals

  • Providing them with the practical tools to embed neuroinclusion into the workplace culture, policy and practice
  • Services include Strategy & Policy Developments, Audits, Consultancy and Disability Confident Accreditation.

Managers and Teams

  • Enabling managers to better understand their neurodivergent and disabled team member’s needs, creating inclusive rams, and providing advice on navigating challenging situations.
  • Services include Neurodiversity & Disability Awareness Training and Manager Training & Coaching


  • Empowering individuals to thrive and reach their full potential in the workplace.
  • Services include Workplace Needs Assessments, Coaching, Training and Assistive Technology.


Everything we do, and how we do it, is underpinned by our core values:

  • Make a difference – we change lives.
  • Champion – we celebrate and champion everyone’s differences.
  • Together – we work together, with confidence and trust to build neuroinclusive workspaces.
  • Impact – we’re committed to making a positive impact inside and outside of the workplace
  • Knowledge sharing – we share what we’ve learned by way of experience to benefit others.

We're proud to be

A Disability Confident Leader

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Disability Confident Accreditation Scheme

A community partner with Neurodiversity in Business

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Neurodiversity in Business

Tech For Good Award 2019 Winner

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Tech 4 Good

Meet the Management Team

Andy Heath
Client Relationship Manager
Andy joined the Client Relationship Team in 2020 as Workplace Inclusion Manager.

Andy’s role is to ensure all our customers are fully supported through their journey with us. He also provides technical advice on our Assistive Technology and Disability support services to ensure our customers are best equipped in their roles

Andy has gained invaluable knowledge in his previous role where he supported employers and their employees through the Access to Work Process.

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Ben Lewis
Director and Founder
Ben is founder and CEO of neurobox.

He has worked in the disability and neurodiversity support field for 14 years and founded neurobox (formerly Dyslexia Box) in 2017.

Ben oversees the overall business strategy and the company's day-to-day operations. He previously held positions in finance, operations, analytics and business development.

He’s also Chief Coffee Maker in the office.
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Charlie Scott
Client Relationship Manager
Charlie joined the team in 2021 as Office Manager and brings over 10 years in the industry, supporting corporate clients through Access to Work and helping students through the Disable Students Allowance Scheme.

Charlie’s day-to-day role focuses on account management, supporting clients with products and services, dealing with publishers, and supporting our training teams.
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Dr Deborah Leveroy
Head of Consultancy & Research
Deborah works strategically with corporate clients to enable neuroinclusion in the workplace through our consultancy and audit services. Deborah also works with academic research partners on impact-driven research projects, developing NB’s research and innovation agenda.

She has a Ph.D. in dyslexia, performance training, and inclusion from the University of Kent. Her practice-based research has been published in several peer-reviewed journals, books, and toolkits (including Routledge, and the British Dyslexia Association) and was motivated by her experiences as an actor and dyslexic learner.
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Elizabeth Takyi
Ambassador and Speaker
Elizabeth Takyi was diagnosed with Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Irlen Syndrome, in her adulthood. She was also diagnosed with Dyscalculia in 2019, and with ADHD in Feb 2023.

Elizabeth overcame cultural barriers and challenges to graduate with a BA(Hons) and PGCE. She then went on to successfully run a charitable organisation for 6 and half years in London.

Elizabeth now uses her own lived experience to increase understanding and advocate for neurodiversity and the empowerment of those with a neurodifferences in the workplace.
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Emma Sayers
Head of Learning and Development Services
Emma is a qualified coach, teacher and dyslexia specialist. She has several years’ experience of supporting neurodivergent individuals, through provision of study skills support to undergraduate and post-graduate students, workplace coaching and assistive technology training. Having worked in the health, education and charity sectors, Emma has a strong understanding of the needs of both individuals and organisations.

Recently completing an MBA, Emma researched the factors affecting the occupational self-efficacy of workplace strategy coaches.
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Jen Watton
Marketing & Communications Manager
Jen is our Marketing & Communications Manager, joining in September 2022.

No two days are the same in the world of neurobox marketing which is what Jen loves.

Jen brings over eight years of marketing experience working both for in-house marketing teams and for a corporate communications agency.
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Larry Jenkins
Larry Jenkins
Finance Director
Larry brings a wealth of experience to his role as Finance Director at neurobox.

He has held senior roles in the automotive sector and the office supplies industry. He's also worked in a circus and part owns a gastro pub in Cambridge!

He’s now enjoying counting the beans and helping neurobox grow.
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Martin Kirkup
Martin Kirkup
Head of Client Services
Martin brings with him a wealth of experience in the workplace sector providing technical solutions and bespoke training to clients, having worked in Assistive Technology and Account Management for over 25 years.

As Head of Client Services, Martin is responsible for nurturing our customers sales cycle, ensuring a consistently high standard of customer experience.
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Mark Woodward
Head of Occupational Delivery
For more than a decade Mark’s been working with organisations, managers, and employees to support neurodiversity and disability. Working with clients to design and implement neurodiversity and disability policies, through to working with individual managers and employees as an Assessor, Coach and Coach Supervisor.

Mark has also been fortunate to have had considerable experience in commercial senior management and operational roles, which has given him a significant understanding and awareness of not just how to support individuals, but their managers and the organisation too.
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Michael Gross
Client Relationship Manager
Mike joined the Dyslexia Box team in 2022 as Client Relationship Manager.

His role focuses on ensuring the customer journey, from first contact to delivery of products/services, is as smooth and efficient as possible. Having previously worked as both a Customer Service Advisor and Customer Service Manager for 4 years in the DSA sector, Mike is equipped with a wide range of Assistive Technology knowledge and a customer-focused skill set.
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Our story


April – Dyslexia Box formed!

SeptemberOur first Workplace Needs Assessment is carried out.


March – Our first Workplace Adjustment provided in the USA.

October – Our first Workplace Adjustment provided in Hong Kong.


January – New Head office opens in Cambridge

February – Our training & coaching team grows to 20 people across the UK

September – Our London office opens.

October – We win the Cambridge Independent Tech for Good Award.


March – Covid, lockdown begins. All assessment, training and coaching move to online delivery

October – We support our 1,000th employee,


August – We began our first research project: Remote4All in collaboration with Coventry University, Vodafone and The NHS.


NovemberNew Head Office – we move to a larger office in Cambridge!

DecemberOur training and coaching team grows to over 50 people across the UK


January – We support our 5,000th employee.


In March 2023 we take the bold step to rename from Dyslexia Box to neurobox with a new look and feel!

Building neuroinclusive workplaces

Creating a workplace that is inclusive for all is so important and has some great potential benefits for your organisation.

With increasing job vacancies and an ageing workforce, ensuring that your organisation can effectively attract and retain talent from all parts of society, will set you apart from your competitors.


Building the business case for neuroinclusion

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Get in touch with the team today to find out how we can support you get the neurodiversity conversation started in the workplace.