Join us for our Invisible Disability Awareness Training course on Monday 26th September 2022 1pm-4pm, this course will take place using the Video Confrencing Platfrom Zoom.
An opportunity for delegates to become more aware of potential difficulties those with invisible disabilities may have either using a service or in and around the workplace.
Over the past few years Invisible Disabilities or “hidden disabilities” have become more acknowledged by the public, however there are still many misconceptions and stigmas surrounding health conditions that are less visible, Our ‘new look’ training course helps delegates become more wise of areas that affect people who have invisible disabilities.
In turn this course will make your service more accessible to service users and help delegates to be more understanding and knowledgeable in everyday society.
Topics Covered In The Course:
  • Understanding the term “invisible disability” – Only 8% of disabled people use a wheelchair yet people are still heard saying “they don’t look disabled!”
  • Looking at the statistics and preconceptions of invisible disabilities – reviewing the numbers around disability and the way people can be disabled.
  • Examine when hidden disabilities become a visible problem – People are still being judged for using accessible parking bays or accessible toilets.
  • Study the term reasonable adjustments – Where it’s come from and what it means to us.

Hosted by Richard Jones, founder and Principal Consultant of Accessible Wales, sessions are informal, extremely informative, very emotive and at times, highly amusing!

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Below are pictures from some of our face-to-face training courses, these can also be booked by telephoning Richard or Gemma on 01685 810432

You can book by visitng our Eventbrite page online or call 01685 810432 for more information

15 Places available on each course £40 per person

Certificates will be provided to all delegates via email upon completion of the course.