Certificate of Accreditation- Neurodiversity and Inclusive Practice

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An NDCAU accreditation is a two-day program of training, policy, and site audit. Your staff will participate in a full-day workshop targeted to your industry where they will:

  • review neurodiversity and inclusive practice.
  • learn how to respond to individuals with autism.
  • learn how to work with families of children with autism.
  • understand the individual’s perspective of your business.
  • understand the parent’s perspective of your business.
  • respond to customer needs and create an action plan.
  • develop inclusive policies and procedures.
  • have our consultant audit the business environment and provide OmniSense recommendations.
  • develop Sensory Guides & Social Stories.
  • receive a printed NDCAU Certificate of Endorsement.
  • be listed for two years on our online platform of NDCAU Inclusive Partners – Accredited

Please note: participants MUST complete the E-Learning Certificate of Completion- Neurodiversity and Inclusive Practice prior to attending one of these workshops

On the second day our consultant will then review your facilities, policies and procedures and work with staff to:

  • integrate inclusive practice, sensory smart resources and facilities.
  • develop site specific communications (Social Story, Sensory Guide) and provide recommendations resulting from audit.

When successfully accredited your business will:

  • receive a printed NDCAU Certificate of Accreditation for your business.
  • have access to NDCAU accreditation marketing materials.
  • be listed for two-years on our online platform of NDCAU Inclusive Partners – Accredited.
  • after 12 months have a Audit Review conducted with recommendations.


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“I think this training will benefit many hotels and resorts.”

5 star rating

“I found the training to be interesting and I learnt a lot. I enjoyed gaining knowledge in an area that I know very little about and the interactive group discussion.”