Details from PCS North West regional office.
'Neurodiversity' means that different people have different brain wiring. Unfortunately, those with a minority brain wiring - such as dyslexic, autistic and dyspraxic people - face discrimination at work and in wider society.
Focusing on learning, networking & empowerment, and integrating PCS campaigning and organising priorities with the particular challenges faced by members, this event aims to bring together officers, reps and activists from across each of our equality networks and encourage greater participation amongst under represented members.
Venue: Quaker Meeting House, 21 Thorpe Road, Peterborough PE3 6AB
If you are a PCS member and would like to attend this course, please contact your branch organiser or regional office.
Venue: The Green Room’, Salisbury Gardens, Dudley Rd, Ventnor P038 8 1EJ.
The Isle of Wight Labour Party welcomes Janine Booth, who will be discussing Labour’s Autism and Neurodivergent Manifesto at an event that is open to the public as well as Labour Party members.
At its launch in February 2019, Janine stated that this Manifesto would be,
Janine Booth speaking at a seminar in Paris on 24 July 2019. This opening section of the talk introduces Janine, and explains the five key principles of the Labour Party Autism and Neurodiversity Manifesto.
Fatima’s autism makes her hypersensitive to bright lights, so she can’t work in our office, poor thing.
The bright lights in our office make Fatima distressed as she is autistic and unusually sensitive to light. She can work here if we turn them down.
If you have already completed the Stage 1 training, PCS will be contacting you to invite you to this course.