This is an interactive course that will demystify Neurodiversity and provide delegates with a complete understanding of a range of terms and traits and how to effectively support them in context of your specific setting. This course can also be presented in a virtual format.
Day 1: Demystifying Neurodiversity
- Attachment Disorder
Each session will cover the:
What are the specific learning difference in each of the sections, key traits and characteristics, demystifying the common misconceptions.
Discuss how some of the traits can impact on employment, considering the benefits individuals can bring.
Case studies, helping to identifying specific learning differences
Q & A opportunity
Day 2: Strategies and Systems – Supporting Neurodiversity in the workplace
- Supporting Dyslexia
- Supporting Dyscalculia
- Supporting Dyspraxia
- Supporting Attachment Disorder
- Supporting ASD
- Supporting ADHD
- Supporting ODD/PDA
- Supporting BD
- Supporting CD
Each section will cover:
How individuals can best be supported in the workplace, what reasonable adjustments can be made.
Case studies to generate dialogue, how to best support individuals in your own workplace
Discussion groups to analyse what changes might be made in your workplace
Q & A opportunity
Day3: Policy, Process and Practice – Individualising practices in your workplace and communication with service users.
- Dealing with aspects of Anxiety and Depression and general Mental Health/wellbeing of the workforce
- Anti-bullying approaches
- Neurodiversity polices and standards
- Mood and Motivation
- Developing Rapport, Relationships and Resilience
- Prep of case studies
- Creating a Neurodiverse culture – positive neurodiverse workplace/service provider
- Moral compass, anchor institutions – investing in the community, community action, volunteers/career pathways
- Tests of change- developing department initiatives to be considered across a wider company level
Summary and discussion of case studies, conclusions and next steps.
For more information, please contact Fin by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07734 715 378.