Diversity and inclusion

Having a diverse and inclusive environment is crucial to our ambition of making quality mental health care more accessible than ever. As we grow, we’re committed to making sure everybody feels welcome and valued at all times.

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Extending inclusion to the neuro-diverse community

The challenges faced by neuro-diverse people in getting work are often over-looked. To help address this, we’re already developing programmes with the neuro-diverse community and our NHS partners to help autistic and ADHD people in the job market.

At Clinical Partners, we welcome applications from neuro-diverse people. And while there’s much more to do, we’re committed to offering the support and making the adjustments required to ensure that you can thrive.

For more information on the topic, we recommend this guide produced by James Ward-Sinclair, one of our content partners for the OpenHouse on Autism programme developed for the NHS

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