products & services for neurodivergent people


WD started as a general coaching and therapy practice in 2012. Wired Differently became a creative hub for products and services for neurodivergent people during the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020. Today Wired Differently is therapy and a therapy app in development; employability training design and delivery; a clothing and office accessories range, a specialist VA service and various community based projects to do with health. All of WD is powered by neurodiversity, for neurodivergent people. For public speaking please enquire via Speaker's Corner (see tab).


Judy Singer, an Australian sociologist, coined the term 'neurodiversity' in the late nineties. It's used to refer to people with Autism Spectrum Disorder and what used to be called 'Aspergers'; ADHD and specific Learning Difficulties such as Dyslexia. 1 in 7 people or 15% of the UK population are neurodivergent*. Specifically, 1/100 Meet criteria for Autism and 5/100 meet criteria for ADHD. People with these lifelong conditions tend to struggle socially, at home, school, in the workplace and in their relationships. But where the medical model looks for a 'cure' for a 'problem', the social model of neurodiversity acknowledges the qualities of neurodivergent people and proposes that if society would only accommodate people with a different neurological make-up, then neurodivergent people would thrive!


Sara-Louise Ackrill is a British social impact entrepreneur. She is a practicing therapist with a business background. Sara was diagnosed with ASD at the age of 38 and has supported neurodivergent people since 2012.

*Figure from Acas.

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