Neurodiversity Training (Online)


What’s covered?

The neurodiversity training provides a more in-depth understanding of how to best support neurodivergent individuals in a sport or physical activity setting.

• The current disability sport landscape and why more neuro-inclusive provision is needed
• Medical vs Social Model of Disability
• Autism, sensory needs and associated behaviours
• ADHD and tips on how to maximise engagement
• A brief introduction to dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia and considerations for sport
• Tools and models to help you adapt: The Inclusion Spectrum, STEP, SMILES and SPELL
• Putting learning into practice with practical activities and persona examples

NB: Some aspects will be skipped if all participants have attended previous training.

Duration: 2.5 – 3 hours
Group size: 8-20 people
Development stage: Final test and learn stage, available to book

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NB. To be eligible for this FREE support, you must meet the following criteria:

Currently deliver, or have the aspiration to deliver, sport or physical activity
sessions in:

  •  Lozells
  • Alum Rock
  • Castle Vale
  • Sparkbrook/Balsall Heath
  • Heartlands
  • Groups outside of these areas may also be considered

Interested in engaging more d/Deaf, disabled or neurodivergent children and
young people