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Workshop 2: CCConsultancy/ETF, Inclusion in secure estates for neurodiverse / SEND residents - Shared screen with speaker view
Francesca Prisoner Learning Alliance
15:08
also email me if you need anything after the session - info@prisonerlearningalliance.org.uk
Debs Cunningham-Burley
27:22
Just wanted to say thank you Claire for introducing me to the Zoom adjustments for hearing impairment as this is relevant to me personally.
Melanie Jameson
28:15
I was just popping my website / email to my breakout group since I have popped all my resources on dyslexia etc here: www.dyslexia-malvern.co.uk for the prison sector
Melanie Jameson
33:06
This links with the social model of disability and is an issue of accessibility ie making resources and teaching accessible to all
Debs Cunningham-Burley
33:07
The term neurodiversity is new to me and I like the concept where neurological differences are recognised and respected as any other human difference.
Gini Hunter, HMP Ranby employability tutor (peopleplus)
33:47
I haven't come across dysgraphia, what does that entail?
Talat Khan
34:26
Dysgraphia is difficulty with handwriting.
Gini Hunter, HMP Ranby employability tutor (peopleplus)
34:33
Thank you
Melanie Jameson
34:58
difficulty with writing - there is also dyspraxia
Debs Cunningham-Burley
35:01
It is a writing disorder (transcription disability).
Gini Hunter, HMP Ranby employability tutor (peopleplus)
35:15
Thank you
Francesca Prisoner Learning Alliance
57:59
thank you so much Claire, I need to leave now to brief the panelists I hope to see you all there soon
Kirstin Anderson
58:43
Thank you, Claire. This was a great session. Lots to reflect on. I have to go to another meeting but look forward to reviewing the slides.
Andy Mouncey
01:09:16
Am reminded how key it is to get our people ready and receptive to learn before they set foot in a classroom: Bust myths, change limiting beliefs, boost motivation etc…