Neurodiversity Awareness Training

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Neurodiversity Awareness Training

When and where:

There are several locations and dates for this training:

  • Monday 13 May, 5.30pm to 7.30pm at St Anne’s RC Church, 10 Cobham Road, BB5 2AD
  • Tuesday 16 April, 1.30pm to 3.30pm at Bolton Deaf Society, Bark Street, BL1 2AX
  • Monday 23 September, 1.30pm to 3.30pm at Red Door Centre, St Joseph’s Presbytery, Peter Street, BL9 6AB
  • Monday 6 August, 2pm to 4pm at Cornerstone Centre, 104b Denmark Road, Manchester, M15 6JS
  • Tuesday 23 January, 2pm to 3.30pm online via Zoom

About the training:

Run by our accessibility coordinator, Minna, this session will ask:

  • Do you understand what neurodiversity is?
  • Do you think you or a person you know may be neurodiverse?
  • Do you operate in a way that is accessible to all people?
  • Do you understand your responsibilities towards accessibility?

The session will include:

  • Considering neurodiversity: what it is and what it is not.
  • Disclosure: do we need to know?
  • Barriers: what causes any perceived barriers and how can we make changes?
  • Accessibility: the dignity of the individual
  • Questions and answers: a change to ask without judgement

Book your place or get in touch:

You can book a place by clicking now to use this form.

For more information on the accessibility service, this or other training, or contact information to get in touch please visit the service page on our website.

We at Caritas, believe that everyone should have opportunity to participate in all activities. This includes people who use our services, employees and volunteers.

Together we will work alongside individuals to find inclusive ways of working that suit them best.  We seek to welcome, integrate, and support the participation of all people by making our projects accessible.  If you face barriers because of your physical, mental and emotional, learning, sensory and/or communications needs, please let us know. 

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