About LexAble

LexAble is an assistive technology company that develops software focusing on dyslexia, mental health and neurodiversity. Founded in 2009 by a Dyslexic entrepreneur –  our mission is simple – to help people achieve their true potential. 

Founder and Managing Director, Neil Cottrell, developed the company’s first product Global AutoCorrect in his bedroom at the age of just 15!  Neil was frustrated correcting spelling mistakes every time he had to write an assignment, so he decided to do something about it.

Following Neil’s graduation from university in 2009, he went on to refine the product and founded LexAble. Soon after, Global AutoCorrect was launched across the whole of the UK into the Disabled Student Allowance and Access to Work markets. 

LexAble has since grown to a team of highly trained technical and customer service staff, who love solving problems and creating solutions to help support those with disabilities.

And, 2019, saw the launch of LexAble’s newest product – Global Tasks – a task management solution designed specifically with dyslexia, mental health and neurodiversity in mind. 

Global AutoCorrect and Global Tasks are used at many universities, schools and workplaces in the UK and throughout the English speaking world. Since September 2020, LexAble is pleased to have joined Lingit AS – a leading Norwegian assistive technology Group, and sister company Claro Software.

Download our NEW brochure

Get your PDF copy of our new brochure, which includes both Global AutoCorrect and Global Tasks.

Awards

Digital Leaders Award
(Go ON UK, 2013)

Technology4Good Accessibility Award
(AbilityNet, 2012)

Graduate Entrepreneur of the Year
(Cardiff University, 2011)

Student Minds - our chosen charity

For 2020, LexAble's chosen charity is Student Minds, the UK's Student Mental Health Charity.

One in four students experience mental health difficulties while at university, and we want to do everything we can to help support this great charity.

For every copy of Global Tasks or Global AutoCorrect sold, LexAble donates £1 to Student Minds.

Watch this space for more updates and how you can get involved!