(Content: What disability is, Models of disability, what are reasonable Adjustments, What neurodiversity is and conditions which fall under this term (e.g., Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Condition and Tourette's)
(Content: Creating accessible teaching material (e.g., coursework, lecture slides), Moodle, Marking assessments with reasonable adjustments (presentations and coursework, Creating inclusive teaching spaces (e.g., group work, lectures, online, seminars) and PhD supervision).
(Content: Starting conversations, supporting students through diagnosis, disclosure, understanding, reasonable adjustments, avoiding ableist language).
(Content: Departmental Disability Contact, disability student reps, staff training, organising and running events (e.g., welcome week, conferences attendance), awareness-raising amongst students and staff, postgraduate student experience).
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