Do you have a disabled child or children? 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 Do you have a disabled child or children? 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

happyinschool loves the ‘i’ word (inclusion)

One of the many things that inspires me, is the sheer breadth and depth of educational information available to research, analyse, absorb, and form an opinion on. In particular inclusivity in education. Even those two words, ‘inclusive & education’ can create a flurry of differing opinions. Some educationalists and parents think, for different reasons, that … Continue reading happyinschool loves the ‘i’ word (inclusion)