The course gives an understanding of designing for neurodiversity and wellbeing. Neurodiversity is a term to cover the diversity of human minds and cognitive function and can include dyslexia, dyspraxia, Autism spectrum condition and ADHD.
We will investigate the relationship between neurodiversity and the built environment, how design affects and can respond to these issues and how this relates to legislation including the Equality Act 2010.
The course is running on the following date in 2022:
Thursday 20 January
About the course
This virtual course is aimed at anyone considering a career in access or interested in inclusive design, designers improving their knowledge and those looking towards possible future NRAC accreditation.
The course will be delivered via Zoom 10:30am to 3:30pm and will cover:
- What is neurodiversity?
- Neurodiversity and the built environment
- Designing for wellbeing
- Neurodiversity audit exercise
- Discussion and questions.
The course fee is £375.
Need more information?
Please contact us if you have any additional questions or require more information about this course.
The Centre for Accessible Environments reserves the right to change, postpone or cancel any event with reasonable notice. Please do not confirm or finalise any travel arrangements or accommodation bookings until you have been given confirmation by the CAE that the course will go ahead as planned.
In case of force majeure, CAE have the right to alter or cancel the event without prior notice, however a notice of the occurrence shall be given by CAE as soon as reasonably possible.