The BDA Dyscalculia and Maths LD committee plans to produce a leaflet and/or something for the web on the problems people might experience around their dyscalculia in their workplace or in applying for jobs. It would be very helpful if more »
What is it? The Employers Stammering Network is a membership network of employers where Network members and supporters are committed to creating a culture where people who stammer can achieve their full career potential. Launched in 2013, Employers Stammering Network more »
Event by: Rebecca Coles and Penelope Thomas for GEM West Midlands A one day workshop offering you practical tips you can use in your museum to make it more accessible to an audience with differing needs. All speakers have real more »
Terminology is important, because words reflect our attitudes and beliefs. However, some of the terms we tend to use may not reflect how some disabled people see themselves. Using the right words matters. This is not about ‘political correctness’ but more »
AXSChat speaks to Becki Morris about Disability Co-operative Network in Museums We were extremely proud to be invited to speak to Debra Ruh, Antonio Santos and Neil Milliken from @AXSchat about our work with the DCN, our aims for museums more »
DCN was both thrilled and honoured to be invited to hear more about CAPE (Creating A Positive Environment) Project entitled ‘Joining the Dots’ to attract and retain neurodiverse talent in the workplace at the BBC. Neurodiversity is a spectrum of more »
Free training: Peterborough and Fenland Mind offer Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training to organisations, community groups and members of the general public.
Hello! I’m Edward Richards, a Deaf British Sign Language (BSL) user I set up my own graphic design company, specialising in inclusive and accessible communication. I have used interpreters for about the last 12 years and kept noticing that no more »
Coming from the perspective of a casual visitor to museums and having (as yet) not professional experience from working in the sector, I feel confident enough in saying that the activities which have come my way have given a rare insight that others my age would have not had themselves. Whether it has been producing an exhibition in a museum or gaining paid roles as a result of volunteering, not only accessing heritage from a young age is a valuable opening in its own right, but impacts those like myself who have lifelong conditions to manage.
Press release : 16 December 2015 New conference to encourage fresh thinking on work with young people with learning disabilities A two day conference for the arts sector to be held at Birmingham Hippodrome Is that all there is? will spark new more »
A multi-sensory storytelling project for special schools created by Peoplescape Theatre. In partnership with National Maritime Museum, Cutty Sark and Horniman Museums and Gardens. Funded by the Arts Council Peoplescape are a theatre education company working more »
PRESS RELEASE: Royal Shakespeare Company Continues Its Commitment To Semi-Integrated British Sign Language Performances.
The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) family Christmas show, Wendy & Peter Pan, will be the next semi-integrated British Sign Language performance staged on 20 January.
Heritage Lottery Fund have now published their Inclusive Heritage feature summarising the conference highlights and reference materials.