By: Al Morris, Head of Client Services
At the heart of This is Milk is a passion to make things better, we bring our whole selves to work and take positive action to tackle the issues that we experience. Over the past few years, we have been very aware of the neurodiversity that exists both in our team, and in our families. This was one of the founding reasons behind our Educational Tech platform Neve Learning. It is these ongoing experiences that push us to make a difference, it has pushed us to build Neve Learning during a difficult Covid time, and it has made us want to take part in further innovative programmes of work.
Over the past few weeks, the team has been looking at Neve Learning as a possible solution to problems outside of the training market. Looking at the potential in supporting individuals that have recently been diagnosed with ADHD and supporting them through that time.
We believe that with Neve Learning we are onto something that could make a huge difference, however we are only just at the very beginning of that journey and we will find out more over the coming weeks if we are able to launch into this challenge at this time.
What is clear though, is that as a team we are constantly looking for ways to improve the lives of those around us, whether that be directly in our organisation, or via developed solutions such as Neve Learning. As we learn, we actively try to share our learning with others so that we can even improve one single aspect of that one persons day.
We may not be able to share a hell of a lot about this possible ADHD project right now, however we wanted to share that we are at least working on it. It is in our minds and we are actively making steps to progressing with this.
If for whatever reason your interest has been peaked by this small bit of news, we have shared some resources below that may help you learn more about ADHD, and we really do welcome direct contact so that we can not only improve this possible new project, but with Neve as the current educational tech product that it is.
Thanks, and wish us good luck...
ADHD resources: ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity.
The ADHD Foundation is the UK’s leading neurodiversity charity, offering a strength-based, lifespan service for the 1 in 5 of us who live with ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, DCD, Dyscalculia, OCD, Tourette’s Syndrome and more.
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