Aubilities

Making the invisible, visible.

Our vision is to help organisations optimise their people, by using autistic neurodivergence to increase value, whilst providing the autistic community with meaningful employment.

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We deliver on our vision through our mission, to:

Awareness

Raise awareness

of autism and how to support both the neurodivergent and organisations.

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Build acceptance

for the neurodivergent by enabling organisations to make improvements and become more inclusive.

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Promote diversity

by enabling organisations to become a truly differentiated workforce and increase value.

Testimonials

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Neurodiversity Network Lead

Virgin Media O2

“We are proud to align our network with Aubilties, a business that truly understands the nuances of Autism – recognising the variables of the spectrum whilst celebrating the unique successes a neurodiverse mind brings to the workplace. The team were sensitive and proactive to our requests and worked in collaboration with our network. We would highly recommend Aubilties to businesses seeking to improve understanding of neurodiversity within a professional organisation.”

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Head of Inclusion & Diversity

Colt Technology Services

“Aubilities took the time to really listen and understand where we are along our journey and our goals, so that we could create a bespoke awareness session around neurodiversity as part of our programme. Ritu is undoubtedly an expert in the field but it is her empathy that makes her stand out and her ability to tailor her approach.”

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Global Channels & Alliances Director

Fuse

“We would highly recommend Aubilities to any organization considering making neurodiversity, specifically autism, part of their D&I strategy. The organisation are professional, subject matter experts and personable to work with. They have deep expertise in the area.”

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Want to know more about our services and how we can increase value for organisations whilst bridging the employment gap for the autistic community?