• Special Needs & Disabilities; What does the future hold?

    We’re a long way from the end of the global epidemic of COVID-19. But now, more than ever, we need to take time to reflect on the quality of education that we provide for children with special needs and disabilities (SEND). The Covid-19 virus is hitting countries hard. Governments globally have said that countries will …

    calendarApril 16 2020

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  • Covid-19: Creating more inclusive workplaces

    Clare Kennelly is the founder and principal consultant at Inclusive Cork, a diversity and inclusion training provider.  Clare talks about how Covid-19 has offered us the opportunity to make our working environments much more inclusive. She talks about what we are doing now and how we can continue to make more inclusive workplaces as we move …

    calendarApril 20 2020

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  • Living a Great Life with Autism

    Charl Baillie wasn't diagnosed with autism until she was an adult. She faced many people telling her what she couldn't do. Here, Charl tells how she ignored them all, went to university and has been doing her dream job for 30 years!

    calendarMay 10 2020

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  • Unemployment Sucks!

    James Fellowes, Founder and CEO of Bridge of Hope describes his journey from privilege to unemployment, in a blithely honest way. Read more to find out how unemployment impacted on his mental health and why he set up Bridge of Hope.

    calendarNovember 3 2020

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    WeCanAccess Student Challenge

    WeCanAccess has teamed up with Disability Rights Magazine to challenge university students to write articles that will inspire better inclusion and accessibility. Read here for more info on how to enter.

    calendarNovember 28 2020

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    Special Work Experience

    Assistant Headteacher, Joe White describes providing work experience for pupils with autism or speech, language and communication needs.

    calendarMarch 28 2021

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