Introducing neurobox (formerly Dyslexia Box)

Mar 24, 2023 | Dyslexia Show, Exhibitor/Sponsor, News

You may notice things look a little different around here – we’ve got a new name, and a new look and feel!

It’s been nearly 6 years since Dyslexia Box was founded and a lot has changed in this time.

Why the change?

We felt our name no longer reflected who we are today and what we do. We work with organisations and employers, supporting a wide range of neurodifferences such as ADHD, autism, Dyspraxia, mental health etc. Yet our name only focused on one.

So we’ve been busy behind the scenes, and we’re delighted to introduce you to our new name and identity…out with the old, in with the new.

Old name: Dyslexia Box

New name: neurobox

Our new name is a step forward. This a small change but we feel this better reflects the broad range of neurodifferences we support whilst keeping some continuity.

Our new identity is bold and designed to make an impact – this is because we truly believe what we do has a positive impact on so many lives and we’re immensely proud of this.

Making a difference and empowering neurodivergent and disabled employees is still at the heart of what we do

Check out our new website – 

Visit us on stand 50W

We’re delighted to be back at the Dyslexia Show this year, and to be Lead Workplace Sponsors.

We’re here to make the workplace a level-playing field – one where everyone thrives and reaches their full potential. We believe that by working together with organisations and employees we can create awareness, improve well-being, and break down barriers within the workplace.

Let’s get the neurodiversity conversation started…come and chat with us on stand 50W!


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