About this Event
Reasonable Adjustment in Action
Unleash the unique talents and capabilities of neurodivergent individuals, driving innovation and creativity within your organisation. Explore practical approaches to harness their strengths for improved team collaboration and overall performance.
Join us for an enlightening event about neurodiversity! Whether you're curious or already knowledgeable, this is the perfect opportunity to expand your understanding. Happening on Monday the 2nd of October at 12:30 PM, this workshop will take place at Edward Parker Road, Stoke Gifford, Bristol, BS16 1YF.
Event lead Lucy Smith from Inclusive Change and guest speaker Dan Biddle from National Diversity Employment And Advisory Service Ltd.
Neurodiversity celebrates the unique strengths and perspectives of individuals with diverse neurological conditions, such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and more. It’s estimated that roughly 1 in 7 people in the UK are neurodivergent, which means your colleagues, team members and customers.
Neurodiversity relates to the range of different ways in which we process and experience the world. Understanding more about neurodiversity will create positive impact in your organisation.
- Imagine tapping into the immense potential and unique perspectives that these talented individuals bring to the table!
- Are you equipped with the right tools to effectively support your neurodivergent colleagues, leaders, or employees?
At Inclusive Change, we believe in the power of embracing neurodiversity. That's why we're excited to present a series of FREE workshops tailored to help you gain valuable insights into neurodiversity and its transformative impact on your business or organisation.
FREE workshops tailored to help you gain valuable insights into neurodiversity and its transformative impact on your business or organisation.
During this event, you'll have the chance to engage in thought-provoking discussions, ask questions, and connect with like-minded individuals. Whether you're a Manager, Trainer, Business owner, educator, or simply interested in understanding neurodiversity better, this event is for you.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to broaden your horizons and embrace the power of neurodiversity. Mark your calendars and join us for an inspiring afternoon of learning and connection!
An Introduction to Neurodiversity, 18th of September
Discover what neurodiversity truly means and explore the unique challenges and strengths that neurodivergent individuals bring to the workplace.
Supporting & Managing Neurodiverse Teams, 25th of September
This workshop focuses on creating an inclusive and supportive workplace culture. Learn practical strategies and best practices to foster an environment where every team member feels valued and empowered.
Easily accessible with great transport link and facilities. This is our base where we have been working from Your Village Shop, a dementia and autism friendly shop located within the community of Extracare Stoke Gifford Retirement Village, Scholars Chase and Bristol Business Park. Your Village Shop began as a dream to create an inclusive environment for customers and staff along with an ambition to develop a work experience programme for young people and adults, working with our partners Inclusive Change At Work CIC.
• Registration 12.30pm - 12.45pm
• An Introduction to Neurodiversity 12:45 - 1.30pm
• Q&A until 2pm
• Close workshop and Networking until 2.30pm
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Event Hall at Stoke Gifford Retirement Village, Edward Parker Road, Bristol, United Kingdom