Are you a parent with a disabled child, should your employer care?

My pieceĀ ‘How employers can support working parents of children with hidden disabilities’ is published in Diversity Q Magazine! Thoughts and comments welcome. What works for your place of employment, for your employees? Join the conversation with employers, employees, HR, Diversity & Inclusion Managers about flexible working, disability, staff retention and inclusivity. Here’s a link to … Continue reading Are you a parent with a disabled child, should your employer care?

Aim High

So many children and young people are disadvantaged by their learning difficulties or neurological difference. I believe that every child or young person should be encouraged to be the best they can, supported, stretched. Praised for their efforts and achievement; there is always space to grow, learn all of which can improve self-esteem and a … Continue reading Aim High

Uncovering Autism & ADHD: the Black Child’s Perspective

I’m excited to tell you I will be doing a talk at Khembe’s Return to Your Roots on Sunday 5th May. The event will be held at the H Suite, Edgbaston, Birmingham. The theme of the talk is “Uncovering Autism & ADHD: The Black Child’s Perspective, and it promises to be a stimulating and educational … Continue reading Uncovering Autism & ADHD: the Black Child’s Perspective