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Over the past 18 months, DMA Talent’s Neurodiversity Initiative has worked alongside experts, brands and leading industry figures, some with neurodevelopmental conditions themselves, to define best practice and develop a forum where businesses can discuss neurodiversity.
To help employers understand dyslexia, how to treat employees as individuals, and how to make reasonable adjustments for them so they can thrive in the workplace, we’ve collaborated alongside the DM Trust and specialists to create a detailed guide
This resource contains links to a series of videos to support understanding around SONY as an employer as part of the My Skills My Future programme
Developed by Bam Nuttal this is an employer prject which features in the My Skills My Future programme and is around renewable energy. Targeted at Career SEND Group 2 this activity is suitable for those typically likely to take GCSE or Level 2 equivalent qualifications
This page contains resources for the Employer project section of the My Skills My Future programme designed by the team at Catcote Academy a Special
Developed by the team at GM Monk Electricians this easy to use project is designed to support understanding of a task performed by an Electrician and is part of the My Skills My Future programme
This resource from Hugglepets contains a number of activities that enable a young person to look into more detail at animal care. They are featured in the My Skills My Future programme
This project is part of the My Skills My Future programme and looks at Marriott International as a Company to raise awareness.
Developed as part of the My Skills My Future programme this is a simple task to support young people with SEND to understand elements of the business in the retail sector
This resource links to a series of videos to raise understanding of Ubisoft as a company as part of the My Skills My Future programme
This resource contains links to a number of videos developed by Scope, the disability and equality charity. These are featured in the My Skills My Future programme.
Learn more about the various aspects of early career development for 18-year olds with SEND and provide more targeted support with this model.