Do you or your employees experience difficulties with reading or writing accurately or quickly? Have you considered a dyslexia assessment? These are not the only symptoms currently understood to be a part of the group of conditions which are becoming increasingly known as “neurodiversity”. This term replaces the one used in school and college environments – “specific learning difficulty”. These symptoms can include difficulty in maintaining attention and focus, or organisation and time management. An assessment can highlight the ways an individual can be supported in the workplace, not only through adjustments, but also through skill development and finding alternative and efficient ways of working. While dyslexia and related conditions are not referred to specifically in the Equality Act (2010), they are referenced in the guidance documentation. If you look at the definition of a disability, we can see how this fits.