Assistive Technology Training
Coping Strategy Training
Neurodiversity Awareness Training
Assistive technology training can take place in a one-to-one situation, in a group, or via remote access and in a wide variety of locations including school, workplace, home or at our training facility in Stafford. Our enhanced DBS certified trainers have extensive experience of successfully training students, staff members and end users to make better use of their assistive technology solution.
Chaotic workplaceNeurological differences, be they lifelong (Dyslexia, ADHD, ASC) or related to medical conditions (Fibromyalgia or CF),can lead to impaired executive function. This can affect things like working memory, processing speed and sequencing. These can consequently affect efficient working practice and time management.
Our Introduction to Neurodiversity session is a 60min presentation which aims to raise a general understanding of what neurodiversity is, covering Autistic Spectrum Conditions, Dyslexia and other “Dys” conditions and ADHD. It will also aim to explain what the benefits are of employing people with neurodiversity in the workplace and practical steps to minimise the difficulties these people may find in a modern work environment.