Skills Development Scotland is partnering with Strathclyde University (Autism Network Scotland) to investigate the creation of a “Neurodiversity in tech toolkit” to support further/higher education and training providers to take a social model approach to supporting neurodivergent learners and adopt inclusive practices that will benefit all learners.
This project is funded by Scottish Government as part of the Digital Economy Skills Investment Programme.
If you are neurodivergent (e.g. autistic, dyslexic, have ADHD) and studying tech at college, university or as part of an apprenticeship, we would like to ask you some questions about what would make your experience better.
You can get involved by:
Attending an online workshop on: Wednesday 16th February from 10.30am – 12.30pm
Speaking to Lynsey on a date and time that suits you. This could be over the phone or through video call.
Give your thoughts via email.
If you would like to receive more information about participating, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to come to the workshop or speak to Lynsey on a 1:1 basis please email Lesley.email@example.com to arrange this.