Helping People Succeed in the Workplace - Neurodiversity and Sensory Awareness at Work
How do you balance looking after the individual needs of your staff with making the most of their time, talents, and productivity?
The session will explore sensory stimulation and support at work and how this can be managed. It will provide participants with an introduction a support system as a hybrid digital self-management tool, combining technology with human support. Learn how the system is used in different work environments with our user case studies. Take away some brilliant ideas for supporting sensory awareness at work.
Dorothy Muir, National Engagement Manager at Brain in Hand
Dorothy joined Brain in Hand in early 2021, after seeing the impact of its hybrid digital support, whilst working with joint local authority and health commissioning teams.
She leads on use of Brain in Hand in work settings, supported internships and transition to adulthood. With her colleagues she is increasing engagement with employers, recruiters, colleges, statutory bodies, and a range of organisations working on inclusivity and equality. Her aim is to work collaboratively to get the right support to enable more people to enter and stay in work.
She utilises wide skills based from 25 years working in the charitable, criminal justice, health, and employment regulatory sectors, together with consultancy for private companies.
PEOPLE POWER is an event series dedicated to people: to skills, training, HR, employment and workplace productivity.
The 2021 conference is designed to help you focus on The People Agenda - to provide you and your team with the knowledge and skills that you need to ensure your workforce thrives, to improve performance, increase productivity and to help you compete effectively in the new world.
The conference takes place 16 November at Hilton Newcastle Gateshead. Attend in person or online.
Tickets start from £35+VAT.