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Hi All.As the spectrum of people taking part in live online sessions is ever-broader, how to we design our sessions to help people who are "not neural typical" (have some degree of autism, dyspraxia etc), and what tips can we share for people who could be described as this to manage their challenges?Anyone have experience or good articles to share around this important topic?ThanksPaul

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  • Hi Paul,

    I am currently looking into this on behalf of my organisation. We have employees with hearing impairment and also dyslexia. We are keen to make our online resources and virutal classroom sessions inclusive to everyone. I will share anything useful I come across here, and look forward to hearing what others have experienced. Thanks Tracey

    • Thanks Tracey, that sounds great.

      I have come across this resource which seems useful:
      Accessible remote meeting guidelines - neurodivergent participants ...

      Keep in touch.


      Accessible remote meeting guidelines - neurodivergent participants
      Any meeting you attend may have neurodivergent participants. Please be mindful of neurodivergent needs by adopting the following recommendations.
  • Hi Paul. You may want to take a look at some of the work that the wonderful Nancy Doyle does. See https://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/our-team/dr-nancy-doyle/ 

    If you need an intro, please let me know. I can always try.

    Very best wishes,


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    • Thanks Darryl.

      Looks like a great resource. See the one i shared above too.


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  • Hi Everyone. I'm really keen on following this discussion and we have a group of people who are not Neurotypical acting as our 'critical friends' on a 6 week mental health recovery Course at the moment.  I will share any feedback that we get and also look forward to hearing some tips here!  I love the work of Will Thalheimer as he is all about stripping content back to make impactful learning

    • Sounds really interesting Rozz, let's keep in touch.
      I'll look into WT's work too.


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