“Support Connect is a company built around neurodiversity.  We help people who have unique learning styles or learning difficulties thrive in current education, training and work environments.

We were born out of the Disabled Student Allowance system which provides assessment, Non-Medical Help (NMH) and Assistive Technology to Students in the University System who have specific learning needs.  We have taken that model and are applying it to the wider adult education sector (apprenticeships in particular) and we are also providing NMH and assistance to people in workplaces.

We are enablers and advisors in diversity and inclusion, and are working to connect all learners with the support they need, ensuring effective use of public funds and allowing training providers of all kinds to deliver the absolute best for their learners.”