Neurodiversity in Albertopolis

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Buckets & Balls with Professor Amanda Kirby

Join this interactive workshop exploring how we think about neurodiversity and how we can look after our mental wellbeing during lockdown.

Date and Time

15 July 2020, 14.00 – 15.30 BST





This event is over, but we’ve published a recording of it on Vimeo.

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Professor Amanda Kirby is, in her own words, “a bit unusual”. She is a medic, academic, entrepreneur and parent of an adult with Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, and ADHD. She is passionate about improving the lives of people who are neurodiverse in education and employment. She has founded and plays a key role in many organisations devoted to supporting neurodiverse communities and individuals.

Amanda’s interactive workshop will help us understand how neurodiverse individuals have been impacted in lockdown and provide us all with tools to help us manage our wellbeing.

This workshop is brought to you by the Neurodiversity in Albertopolis Network. Everyone is welcome – come along and explore a different perspective.