Retaining Compassion in Constrained Times, CPD Event for SEND Practitioners
Where and When – London South Bank University, Business School, 19th June, 10am to 3pm.
Who – Practitioners, SENCO’s and teachers who work with disabled and neurodivergent students
- Gain new insights into supporting these students to transition to higher level learning in college, university or the workplace.
- Find out about the Government’s plan for improving services to SEND students from one of its authors.
- Become familiar with what you can expect universities to provide for SEND students via the Disabled Students Commitment.
- Listen to disabled and neurodivergent students talk about their experience of transition to higher study.
- Hear from providers about the practice – and challenge – of providing support.
What – Our key note speakers are:
- Dame Christine Lenehan, Director of the Council for Disabled Children
- Professor Deborah Johnston, Deputy Vice Chancellor LSBU and Disabled Student Commissioner at the Office for Students
- Jonathan Vincent, Lecturer Lancaster University, specialism in transitions for disabled students
Plus workshops from a range of organisations focusing on the experiences, systems and structures to support students with a disability or neurodiversity.
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