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Neurodiversity Awareness Training

Gain a better understanding of what neurodiversity means, how it impacts your colleagues and how you can create a more inclusive workplace for all kinds of minds. 

Next open course session: please enquire

In this online workshop we cover:

  • What does ‘Neurodiversity’ mean? – We explore appropriate terminology and differences between terms such as neurodivergent, neurodiverse, and neurotypical.
  • The Social Model of Disability – Understand the Social Model of Disability and its importance for introducing a positive narrative focusing on neurodivergent people’s strengths.
  • Sensory differences and masking in the workplace – Supporting delegates to better understand the impact of sensory differences and how they can impact neurodivergent colleagues and the phenomenon and impact of masking.
  • How to create accessible work environments for neurodivergent employees – Sharing practical examples of how to support neurodivergent colleagues and create accessibility throughout the employee lifecycle

Whether you are interested in attending our Open Course as an individual, or would like a larger team at your organisation to benefit from  an in-house session, please register your details and we will be in touch in the new year. 
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