The PKH Network is a conglomerate of 7 businesses and 1 ministry working together to serve a neurodivergent audience

Specifically built for the 1-in-8 individuals in the global population who struggle with neurotypical systems, expectations, processes and feel unsupported, PKH delivers neurodivergent solutions to neurodivergent problems all over the globe

The best part? With special focus on autism, dyslexia and ADHD, we work with a predominantly neurodivergent workforce to solve your business problems so you do not stay stuck

PKH Consulting: business management consulting, strategy for operations and project management

PHRONESIS Lighthouse: productivity coaching for neurodivergent people

PKH Writers’ Camp: growing effective writing skills and habits for a stronger personal brand 

Books by Hadassah: books written and published by Jane OLUWADARE

Deborah’s Court: Scripture study tools and resources for neurodivergent people on the go

Hadassah’s Stitches Fashion House: stylish, sensory-soothing clothes for neurodivergent women and girls

CriArt Skill Academy: creative skills and academic support for neurodivergent children

ZoéSpice Kitchen and Events: food solutions and resources for navigating food allergies and sensitivities

The PKH staffing protocol gives preference to young neurodivergent people (aged 16 years and upward)

The internships are set up to provide teenagers and youths with strength-specific exposure, experience and expertise by providing them with opportunities to adapt their unique innovative approach to a workplace culture that supports them as they thrive

Our affiliate organisations help us reach more young people, by providing contexts for our associates and internship graduates to work and build a portfolio that demonstrates their growing abilities

Meet Jane

Picture of Jane OLUWADARE. She is wearing a purple jacket with white lapels, holding her arms crossed and smiling into the camera

Jane OLUWADARE is a productivity coach, analyst and business management consultant, and one of her favourite things to do is to solve your hard problems so you don’t stay stuck

An autistic, dyslexic, ADHD multi-dimensional woman, she uses her different strengths, skills and enterprises to amplify one another, and is committed to showing other neurodivergent people how to replicate working wisdom in their respe… (read more)