Certificate of Completion – Embracing Neurodivergence Inclusion
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This short course offers an introduction to neurodivergence and inclusive practice. Gain an understanding of the challenges neurodivergent people face, both lived experiences from an employee and customer point of view.
This course will provide you with the facts you need to know about your legal requirements for neurodivergence inclusion. It will also provide the tips and ideas you need to start facilitating adjustments within your workplace and/or service/product delivery.
- Neurodivergence inclusive practice and legal requirements.
- How inclusive practices benefit businesses and the workplace.
- Recounted lived experiences of people living with autism and their families (and carers).
- Neurodivergence social, behavioural, and sensory challenges and strengths.
- How the world around us impacts social, behavioural, and sensory abilities of people who are neurodivergent.
- Understanding how physical elements and approaches to service delivery and communication impact how an individual and their family may perceive and experience a space and service.
Study as an individual or as part of a corporate or community group/organisation. The course comprises a series of easy-to-navigate online lessons, participants will complete an assessment that includes multiple choice questions and a short answer assignment. Some questions may require students to draw on their own industry knowledge or experience.
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“It was very useful to learn how to approach parents in a way that is non-judgmental and how to help when a child is having a ‘meltdown’.”