• Celebrating the Contributions of Disabled People in the UK

    UK Disability History Month takes places between 16th of November and 16th of December. This webinar will aim to celebrate the history of the Disabled community, the impacts the Disabled community and disabled activists have had on our society and culture in the UK and the improvements we have seen for all as a result of disability activism.

  • ADHD in the Workplace

    ADHD as a neurotype is vastly misunderstood in mainstream society. It has many negative connotations associated with it ranging from it not being considered ‘a real condition/neurodivergence’ to the stereotype that it’s only about hyperactivity and distraction.
    This ADHD Awareness Month we’d like to highlight not only what ADHD actually is and the challenges ADHD people face, but the benefits that ADHD can bring and how to support someone with ADHD in the workplace to create the best working environment.

  • Dyspraxia Awareness: living with dyspraxia in a non-dyspraxic world

    Following Dyspraxia Awareness Week (October 10, 2022 – October 16, 2022), this webinar will help raise awareness and understanding on one of the less discussed conditions under the Neurodiversity umbrella.

  • Dyslexia Awareness – A Strengths Based Approach

    According to the British Dyslexia Association 1 in 10 people in the UK have dyslexia, however the real number may be higher. In this webinar we will learn what dyslexia is and how we can foster more inclusive environments as employers and colleagues to support changes to our systems, processes, and everyday behaviours to help everyone thrive in the workplace.

  • Partial Sight and Blind Awareness

    Around 2 million people in the UK live with sight loss and every day 250 people begin to lose their sight. In line with National Braille Week (commencing Oct 7th) and World Sight Day (Oct 13th) we’d like to increase understanding and awareness of partial sight and blindness, and how to support those who have a form of sight loss or who are experiencing sight loss over time in our organisations.

  • Non-Visible Disabilities

    Not every disability is visible, and in reality, up to 70% of all disabilities can be ‘not visible’ or ‘hidden’. Around 14 million people in the UK live with some form of disability, so the likelihood is that you know at least one person living with a hidden disability, whether you are aware or not. This webinar aims to address this issue and how to approach it from an inclusion perspective in the workplace.

  • Supporting Colleagues with Learning Disabilities

    This webinar aims to highlight some of the struggles people with learning disabilities face, especially in the workplace, and how you can support a colleague with a learning disability to ensure that they have a safe space to bring their whole selves to work and can feel comfortable expressing themselves. 

  • Celebrating Autism – Autistic Pride Day

    Often D&I work that focuses on autism and neurodiversity highlights the challenges autistic people face or teaches how to best support and ally autistic colleagues, however, to celebrate Autistic Pride day on the 18th of June, instead we want to celebrate autistic people and showcase and highlight autistic achievements.

  • Neurodiversity in the Workplace

    Neurodiversity refers to the differences in the human brain. They way we see and interpret the world differs for everyone, however, if you have a neurological difference such as dyslexia, autism, or ADHD your difference could be an asset to an organisation. 

  • Global Accessibility Awareness Day