Neurodiversity - Inclusivity in the Workplace

Suitable for:
All members of the practice team.

Course summary:

A unique insight into how gaining a real understanding of neurodiversity can benefit the whole of the workforce. 

Lucy Clement is a GP in Leeds who has been on her own personal discovery over the four years since realising she is neurodivergent. Lucy has confirmed diagnoses of ADHD, dyslexia and autism. She is passionate about raising awareness around neurodiversity and helping practices understand neurodivergent people, from both a strengths and challenges perspective. 

Danielle Hann is a GP in Bradford, who has become more and more interested in neurodiversity, especially within the general practice workforce, and how we can all support teams with a more inclusive culture. 

Course format:

The course will be run via zoom – a joining link will be shared with you a few days before the event. We provide interactive sessions with between 3 and 12 delegates allowing opportunity for small group discussions. Please therefore ensure you can log in using your own device (rather than sharing devices with colleagues) with sound and video.

Cost:

The course is fully funded however we do request a £10 donation per delegate to the Cameron Fund. The donation is optional – to book a place without making the online donation please contact us.

Cancellations:

If you are unable to attend please consider whether your place can be used by a colleague. Late cancellations and DNAs are costly in terms of both finance and time – if you need to cancel please let us know at least 5 days before the course date.

 

Dates:

14th June 2024

9.30am-11.00am

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