In podcast episode 99, we discussed the ‘Access to Work’ scheme by the United Kingdom government which grants disabled students/professionals allowance to the workplace. It is the government’s way to get disabled people into work and become a productive member of society.
This time we are going to discuss how employers can help their employees have access to this grant, why it is advantageous for employers to let their employees have access to this grant, and other practicalities on getting the grant. We invited Kerry Pace again to share her expertise on the matter as she has helped other dyslexics get access to the “access to work” grant. We also invited people to join us and ask questions to Kerry. Listen to the episode to find out more.
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Kerry Pace email : Kerry@Diverse-Learners.co.uk
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We would like to invite you to celebrate with us once again to honour our students who have been working hard to achieve their goals for the month of March.
I talked to Andrew Nehring as he shared his dyslexia story and how playing dungeons and dragons as a child helped him write stories for his books.