13 May 2020, 16.00 – 17.30 BST
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Join us to celebrate and chat about neurodiveristy across Imperial and our friends in South Kensington. We will first hear from colleagues about their neurodiverse experiences, before chatting about how we can best support each other as a group.
Everyone is welcome, drop in for as little or as much as you like. We will send you a joining link when you sign up.
- What do we mean by neurodiversity and why does it matter (Professor Sara Rankin, Imperial College London)
- Creative excellence and supporting neurodiverse students (Qona Rankin, Royal College of Art)
- Emotional impacts and workplace support (Simon Woodfield, V&A)
- Designing for neurodiversity (Roland Ross, Royal College of Art)
- Celebrating ND in Albertopolis and welcoming advocates (Emma Slater, Imperial College London)
- Q&A and discussion
As a network led by its members, we hope to learn from your feedback, input and stories.
Professor Sara Rankin
Professor of Leukocyte and Stem Cell Biology Imperial College Londonimperial.ac.uk/people/s.rankin
Dyslexia Coordinator Royal College of Artrca.ac.uk/more/staff/qona-rankin/
Royal College of Artrolandross.co.uk
Public Engagement Producer Imperial College Londonimperial.ac.uk/be-inspired/societal-engagement/