The idea that an average or set standard of a human mind exists, simply isn’t true.

We have mapped and analysed more than 300,000 brains. Less than 10% of people have what some might call a “neurotypical” result.

Understanding each individual's cognition is vital if a culture of neuro-inclusion is to be embedded.

What is Cognassist’s Cognitive Mapping?

Our Cognitive Mapping unlocks the intricacies of each brain’s thinking and learning patterns to leverage distinctiveness, enhance productivity, and amplify cognitive output.

Unlike any others, Cognassist’s Cognitive Mapping meets multiple rigorous methods and standards; Following strict methods that align with the American Psychological Association’s DSM-5 and the World Health Organisation’s ICD-11 for neuro-developmental conditions.

We are proud of our assessment’s clinical robustness and avoiding the assigning of labels, even for individuals with neuro-differences. Instead unveiling an individual’s natural processing bias and thinking distinctions.

Cognassist Cognitive Mapping

What do we assess when mapping cognition?

Via the Cognassist, cognitive assessment, of which produces an individual’s cognitive map, we assess ‘Indexes and Domains’. In short, Indexes are simply groups of domains that are similar to each other in terms of the cognitive processes that they measure.

The three indexes, we have within our assessment are:

  • Language & numbers: this relates to our overall familiarity with, and how we process the English language and numbers.
  • Visual & Fluid: this relates to how we process new information that we are unfamiliar with, think about abstract concepts, and complete more complex problem solving including mathematical processing.
  • Memory: this relates to how easily and efficiently we store and retrieve information from our long-term memories.

The nine domains we have within our assessment are Reading Decoding, Verbal Reasoning, Literacy, Numeracy, Visual Processing Speed, Executive function, Visual Perception, Verbal Memory and Non-Verbal Memory.

Cognitive insights power neuro-inclusion

Cognitive mapping is an invaluable tool that organisations can use to provide the correct support for neuro-different employees before, during and after disclosure.

Cognitive mapping results in a personalised report, giving employees insights into their cognitive differences and guiding discussions with their managers regarding support.


Empower every employee to comprehend their cognition, take actionable steps to thrive, and cultivate a profound awareness of cognitive and neurodiversity.

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