Tesimonial: Adrian Gilpin, Chairman, Institute of Human Development
“When we begin to despair about the soul of capitalism, all we have to do is turn to face the new breed of authentic social [enterprises] to rekindle our optimism about the future. Right at the very front, among the leaders of this force for change, is [D&A], whose unquenchable passion is ripping the ‘dis’ out of disability…
D&A is shaking up a thoroughly miserable and misguided state of affairs in disabled and dyslexia support for students in higher education and putting the individual student at the heart of their own decisions and learning strategies. This sort of common sense is far from common practice, and that is [D&A’s unique offering]: shining light on the obvious and making simple things happen fast…”
Students, and now college authorities, are flocking to D&A and their championing of Neurodiversity inclusion.