Supporting staff and student neurodiversity in higher education learning and libraries

Friday 26th April,  1:00-3:30pm.  

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If you are neurodiverse or want to support and empower neurodiversity in the workplace, then register yourself onto the latest WHELF EDI Teach Meet on Friday, 26th April 1:00 – 3:30pm

All our presenters will be sharing good practice and developments in the field of recruitment, student engagement and support.

Speakers (order to be determined closer to time)

Amber Arrowsmith – Customer Service Coordinator at Swansea University: Neurodiverse-friendly recruitment.

Gwen Couch, Digital Skills Advisor, UWSTD: Personal experiences of being diagnosed as neurodiverse later in life.

Dr Beth Edwards – Enterprise Education Development Coordinator, Bangor University: Supporting neurodiverse students and staff.

Rachel Stelmach –Training and Funding Officer, Disability Arts Cymru: ATW, benefits and support for neurodiverse employees.