Non-visible disabilities: neurodiversity and mental health - THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT

A meeting between colleagues

Hosted by Accenture.

Book your place on our upcoming professional development workshop, “Non-visible disabilities: Neurodiversity and mental health” taking place on Wednesday 22 November 2017 at Accenture.

The last few years have seen a great deal of progress in mental health but there is still a lot of work to be done to help understand and support those with neurodiverse and mental health conditions in the work place.

This course will help you:

  • Understand the differences between mental health conditions and neurodiverse conditions such as autism and dyslexia.
     
  • Learn how you as an employer can reduce barriers that employees with a variety of non-visible disabilities may face in the workplace.
     
  • Support line managers in identifying when an employee with a non-visible disability may require an adjustment but would prefer to not share detailed information about their disability.

Finally, we will also help you take action to increase the number of employees in your organisation choosing to share information about their disability.

Attending this course will provide the tools and skills to be confident in delivering adjustments that work for individuals, teams and the business.

Who should attend?

  • Diversity and inclusion professionals.
  • Employee relations managers.
  • HR advisors.
  • Equality managers.

We would also like to welcome anyone responsible for overseeing the design and implementation of the organisation-wide workplace adjustments process.

Event details

Date:

Time:

9:30am – 2:00pm

Address:

Accenture, 30 Fenchurch Street
London
EC3M 3BD

Prices and booking

Members and Partners:

£200

Non-Members:

£250

Price includes a networking lunch and is exclusive of VAT at 20%.

Not sure if your organisation is a member? A full member list can be found on this page.

Please note this event is now sold out. For further information please email us at events@businessdisabilityforum.org.uk.